06 Apr 2011

Michael Vick TRASHed Can

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I created a Michael Vick recycling bin for Global Inheritance’s Coachella TRASHed: Art of Recycling program. I’ve wanted to do something in response to the way the public has forgiven Vick after his horrific involvement with dog fighting.

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The front side of the can shows Michael Vick walking 3 pit bulls (2 of which are my current dogs and the other is my old dog), all shackled in the same chain. There is a quote from Mignon McLaughlin on the reverse side that states, “What we forgive too freely doesn’t stay forgiven.”


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