Wispa Islam

Created on 03/09/2013 this image was originally used as a 'PasteUp' (streetart poster printed then stuck or pasted all over cities and public places). Incendiary in its connotation this piece attempts to satire a very touchy subject: religion and more specifically Islam. Created to show the inherent hypocrisy of consumerist religion but at the same time shrouded in the good feelings of the 80s Cadburys chocolate Wispa, this image is at once a subversion of advertising as it is a pointed ridicule of Islam. Designed to simultaneously raise eyebrows and evoke a smile this piece will make you hungry and leave a bad taste in your mouth.

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