Check out Andrew Tosiello's silhouettes and double portraits of mobsters and presidents. I'm not sure about you, but I love the Sopranos as much as the next person. But I guessed that Tony Soprano probably wasn't the driving force behind Andrew's work so I asked Andrew how both groups of silouettes came to be:
I was interested in the tension between the fact that people would see [the mobsters] as physiognomic types up close but from a distance they were indistinguishable. I began gridding them out on single large sheets, manipulating them order according to different systems, which is a derivation from Minimalism and LeWitt.
I decided to include the silhouettes (of mob bosses, no soldiers) around the presidents to suggest that legitimate power represented by the presidency and illegitimate power (mob bosses) are structurally similar. As well, it was a playing up of the "shadow" nature of the silhouette and the shadowy nature of mob power.