Man Pretends To Be Shot by Characters in Violent Film and TV Ad Posters

Man Pretends To Be Shot by Characters in Violent Film and TV Ad Posters

Man Pretends To Be Shot by Characters in Violent Film and TV Ad Posters

New York based artist Jon Burgerman shocks readers by taking pictures of him shot and covered in blood in the background of film and TV ad posters. Soldes Asics 2017 He takes these pictures in subways, Air Jordan 10 manipulates them by adding blood and then shares them online. Air Max 2017 Goedkoop Entitled Head Shots, cheap fjallraven kanken sale these ongoing series intends to show us how some film ads promote violence.

Man Pretends To Be Shot by Characters in Violent Film and TV Ad Posters

Man Pretends To Be Shot by Characters in Violent Film and TV Ad Posters

Man Pretends To Be Shot by Characters in Violent Film and TV Ad Posters

Man Pretends To Be Shot by Characters in Violent Film and TV Ad Posters

Man Pretends To Be Shot by Characters in Violent Film and TV Ad Posters

Man Pretends To Be Shot by Characters in Violent Film and TV Ad Posters

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