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This painting was designed for the 2014 global protest organised against PepsiCo by pressure groups Orangutan Outreach and Rainforest Action Network (RAN). Also used for Change.org petition run against PepsiCo by Y12 students at Gesamtschule Essen-Nord, Germany.

Every day bulldozers drive deeper and deeper in the last stands of rain-forest in Indonesia and Malaysia. Why? To meet the ever growing demand for Conflict Palm Oil which is used in potato chips, crackers and snack foods made by companies including PepsiCo. This painting parallels the war that companies like PepsiCo have declared on pristine environments and endangered species such as the Orang-utan, with what we now view as totally unacceptable - the unprecedented slaughter of the Great War.

This is an original free-hand painting carried out on a Wacom graphics tablet.

Supplied with frame and wall hangers and full instructions - frame hanger requires screwing into frame.

Materials used:

Timber, canvas, UV resistant inks.

355ml (2014)

$358.51

  • Digital Art (Other), Canvas
  • From a limited edition of 150
  • Size: 34 × 22 × 1.5 in / 34 × 22 in (actual image size)
  • Signed and numbered certificate of authenticity
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