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Napalm (Can’t Beat That Feeling) ‘From In The Darkest Hour There May Be Light’  (Serpentine Edition)

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  • Title: Napalm (Can’t Beat That Feeling)  ‘From In The Darkest Hour There May Be Light’ (Serpentine Edition) Signed
  • Medium: Giclee print
  • Date: 2006
  • Edition: 50 Signed (29 AP’s available)
  • Dimensions: 29.7 × 41.6 cm
  • Published by:  The Serpentine Gallery and Other Criteria
  • Signature: Signed bottom right and numbered bottom left
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    This moving image is sharing inspiration and common themes of Banksy’s poster ‘Save or Delete Jungle Book’ (2001) which raises issues of deforestation for Greenpeace.

    In a clear attack on the pro-war & consumer society we live in, Banksy incorporates one of the most powerful images of twentieth-century war photography captured by American photographer Nick Ut, of a young Vietnamese girl, Phan Thi Kim Phuc, running naked screaming “too hot, too hot” as a napalm bomb is dropped on her and her family, while the iconically American images of Mickey Mouse and Ronald McDonald happily hold her hand.

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