London Dada Work No. 602; Gregg’s Girl


Greggs Girl
c. Michael St,Mark 2012

We’ve not stretched the picture in Photoshop and we’re definitely not poking fun; on the contrary people with moral spine and influence must start speaking out against the insane propaganda – the gigantic lie – being perpetrated on the poor unthinking masses by the corrupt Food Industry in cahoots with government, in peddling highly addictive and highly fat-creating refined (high) carbohydrate foods – knowing full well they are creating a nation of obese cripples and T2 diabetic food junkies.

The true Dadaist  artist comments perceptively and fearlessly critically on the times in which he lives – Hugo Ball, co-founder DADA, 1916
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Link back to Work 29 from 2005; The Persistence of Addiction
https://londondada.art/2005/09/14/work180601/

Artists with social conscience are invited to get in touch with St. Mark at London Dada with a view towards future collaborative ventures
info@londondada.co.uk
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Work 601, Driptych – UK bank holiday special.


“Driptych”

c. Michael St.Mark 2012

A London Dada bank holiday special.
Belsize Park NW3.

( Click to enlarge the fun )

C4 News this evening, 11th May, just 3 days on from publication of the above LD work. A photo shot through a windscreen with raindrops in focus and with out-of-focus person holding an umbrella featured behind.
Of course, even though that particular configuration of 3 aspects photo is unique to above London Dada work, still, the photographer concerned will say its pure co-incidence – strange thing is, they always do

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The dapper Krishnan GM with nicked backdrip image.

Work 600. The Best Dadaists

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The Best Dadaists

 

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c. 2012 Michael St.Mark


Re-post from ’06…. " Drought "

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Drought

c. Michael St. Mark

Gone all topical again; the eternal conundrum of floods floods everywhere but not a drop to ..hose the lawn.
( Overflow at Derwent reservoir dam, Peak District )

Media publication interest invited on this picture, please contact;
info@lodondada.co.uk