Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Scary, Scary Night

Portrait of The UK With Bandaged Ear

I'm still waiting for a phonecall from the Norwegian Embassy about the Peace Painting Project, but of course, like everyone else this week, have been completely distracted by the catastrophic events of the EU Referendum.

The whole situation is so insane that it deserves a critical Van Gogh eye.
You're welcome.
Yes, the houses of parliament are made of glass, as people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones, and to represent the fragility of the situation. St. Stephen's tower is Van Gogh's favourite danger yellow, the sort of colour used in warning signs, along with the red clock face from a STOP sign.

England's green and pleasant land has been overgrown with Van Gogh's wheat field, with the crows above.
Skrik here emerges as a sort of scarecrow, representing all of Scotland and the Remain campaign, who has probably been told that his warning cries and outpouring of terror at the situation are "scaremongering".

The stars from the EU flag are all in disarray, one of which appears to have been swallowed by a black hole.
Large waves tilt at the windmills, possibly due to the strawberry moon.

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