I See War

Due to the nature of the content presented in our digital gallery and its portrayal of real experiences of war, it may be upsetting or triggering. Viewer discretion is advised.

War isn’t something any of us should have to witness, let alone children. But 1 in 6 kids today live in conflict zones around the world. For them, extreme violence isn’t an imagined nightmare but a reality they face every day.

Mom, I See War is a digital museum that documents children’s first-hand experiences of armed conflict as expressed through their art. The project aims to provide a vivid, unfiltered conveyance of war from a poetic and imaginative perspective of childhood.

Utilizing technology such as the blockchain, we have digitized and archived the artwork to become part of humanity’s historical record of the children affected by war.

The world's largest collection of art crafted by young war survivors.