You’ve gotta love these crucifix shaped brushes by Fredrikson Stallard, London… although I love the price less; at $108 and $98 a piece, they’re pretty pricey.
These crucifix brushes are just the newest example of religious imagery being used in housewares and as other unholy gadgets.
Implications - Religion is getting remixed with a wide variety of paraphernalia. Crosses, symbols of saints and bibles are all making their way into the hands of consumers in unlikely ways. Crucifix brushes are only one example of how religion has now become a consumable product. Brands that have the ability to associate themselves with this large consumer base will find economic salvation.
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