Liquid Capitalism: Scotch Wrath
From my Liquid Capitalism series, here is 'Scotch Wrath (Mass Produced - Independently Minded)'. A subversion of Andy Warhol's Campbell's soup can project begun in 1961. Originally, there were 32 varieties, so Warhol created 32 canvases. It was not intended as a critique on Capitalism, as some in Europe imagined. That is my job!
I couldn't resist a subversion of the Scotch Broth. When I think of Scotland, I think of a blue face screaming. There's a paradox too between some scottish wanting to be both independent of Great Britain and a dependent partner in the EU. An authentic national soup, yet mass-produced. There's a serious side to Scotland's 'deep fried inequality'; travel a few stops on the Glasgow rail network to go from an average life-expectancy of 84, so an average of less than 58; due largely to deep fried diets, whisky and heroin addiction.
Giclee limited edition print (/60) on 310gsm Hahnemuehle art paper. Posted out in a cardboard tube.