western zen: redefining “namaste”– Eyesaw streetart

From the artist:

“Both pieces question and explore our unhealthy relationship with junk food. Logos and brand identity have been cut from the original bus shelter advertising posters and juxtapose with Eyesaw”s silhouette figures to produce images of ironic truth. “Burger king” suggests that from childhood we are bribed by greedy corporations in an attempt to gain life long customer loyalty ignoring the facts that this type of food is detrimental to our health and leads to conditions such as obesity. “Unhealthy balance” asks the viewer to weigh up there options when thinking about dinning out in the city, it also suggests that we find comfort in junk food.”

Wooster Collective: Fresh Stuff From Eyesaw in London.


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