Work No 324 – Never a truer sweet has spoken.

Never a truer sweet...
Never a truer sweet crop..
Never a Truer Sweet has Spoken
c. 2008 Michael St.Mark

Pick n’ mix sweets bins, Woolworths, Battersea ( two-part Work )

(Follow-up to Work 283, ” Never a Truer Cookie has Spoken “, see tags )

woolworths dm2

Woolworths Death Mask
Concrete Work comprising sweets “taken from the pick n’ mix sweets bin on the final day of trading, Woolworths Bethnal Green”.
( c. Jordan Mackenzie 2009 )


For your personal health’s sake….
Link to
Sugar – Your worst enemy, your dentist’s best friend.

7 thoughts on “Work No 324 – Never a truer sweet has spoken.

  1. Pingback: London Dada Work No. 342 .. The Last Days of Woolies; the Future of England | LONDON DADA

    • Hi A.
      …Maybe that’s the idea…. maybe some smart dude at “Candy Man” or Woolies slipped ’em in as a kind of subliminal aversion therapy to save kids’ teeth…. but maybe… I’m bloody barmy.
      But I agree, how could anyone suck and chew on those charmers without wanting to immediately throw TFU?

      btw will we ever see the sun again… actually or metaphorically, do you think ?
      GB summer ’08 seems a never-ending hell. Grim aint the word. When staying in bed all day actually appears the better option, somethings very wrong somewhere… or is it just me?
      ( Must do another sheepnation as some kind of thereputic outlet):)


      • A never-ending hell is right m fried. I so need a sunshiny day that I am positively having withdrawal symptoms now. Bed all day mmmm – yes could have done that today – went to Ebbw Vale (not v nice) got soaked, then went to Ystrad Mynach and repeated the exercise……

        Losing the plot here

        Something therapeutic would be very nice…..

        If I see the sun I will be in touch 😀

        A x


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