Like many vintage recruiting images, wartime women posters were generally realistic in nature. Brightly colored images like 'We Can Do It!' by J. Howard Miller were particularly popular wartime women posters. Additionally, these vintage recruiting images also inspired such infamous artists as Lichtenstein, who found the juxtaposition of retro graphic design and realistic subjects fascinating.
These works are collected by art and history enthusiasts because they're historically relevant pictures. These works were not only important as wartime women posters or vintage recruiting images. Rather, these wartime women posters are relevant because they sparked new ideas about equality, society, and the direction of art.