The Crucifixion Popsicle by Sebastian Errazuriz is Made with Red Wine

By: Meghan Young - Sep 16, 2014
References: meetsebastian & fubiz.net
The Crucifixion Popsicle is definitely not something made for children, unless parents are in the habit of giving them a sip of wine from time to time. Inspired by the common religious action of drinking sacramental wine at church, the liquor has been cleverly frozen on a wooden popsicle stick that has been reimagined to take the form of a cross.

Created by artist Sebastian Errazuriz, the Crucifixion Popsicle also boasts an image of Jesus Christ on the cross. Although not many people will be pleased with this interpretation, others will instantly appreciate the Crucifixion Popsicle. As written on his website, "The holy blood popsicle and its uniquely designed cross stick is a comment from the artist on the close relationship between extreme religious fanaticism and religious bloodbaths throughout history."