Jack and Dinos Chapman’s Dioramas Showcase History in a Grim Light

By: Ian Andrew Panganiban - Published: Jun 10, 2013 • References: jakeanddinoschapman & beautifuldecay
Jack and Dinos Chapman’s most recent work showcases a grim depiction of historical events.

Violence, greed, hate and death are all prominent themes in the art installations of Jack and Dinos Chapman.The dioramas are compromised of characters of the McDonald's fast food chain. Jack and Dinos Chapman's work showcases illustrations of war violence and mass killings. The dioramas feature a pessimistic humor to them that some people might not appreciate.

The dioramas feature a topic that's quite discomforting, but at the same it captures your interest. The artist used McDonald’s as a "marker of the transformation from industrialization to the end of the world." There isn't any moral ideology behind the art installation, according the artists. Stats for Grim Historical Dioramas Trending: Older & Chilly
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