Anonymous artist Saint Hoax has a great sense of humor and a knack for mixing pop culture with politics, as seen in some of the artist's newest work, a movie poster art series 'Polliwood.'
Poliwood gives well-known movies a "POPlitical" twist and has figures like Hillary Clinton swap places with Uma in 'Kill Bill,' Vladimir Putin assume the unusual role of Holly Golightly in 'Breakfast in Ukraine' and South Korea's dictator become the maddest of all hatters in the twisted world of
Bin Laden and Barack Obama star as the two divas in 'Burlesque,' which uses art from 'War Drags You Out,' another series from Saint Hoax that transformed political figures into beautified drag queens.
Poliwood by Saint Hoax Gives Movie Poster Art a Political Spin
1. Pop Culture Mashup - The trend of mixing pop culture references with political themes presents an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the entertainment and art industries.
2. Political Satire - The trend of using humor and satire to comment on political figures creates an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the media and comedy industries.
3. Artistic Activism - The trend of using art as a form of activism and social commentary opens up opportunities for disruptive innovation in the art and activism sectors.
1. Entertainment - The entertainment industry can explore disruptive innovation by creating new forms of media that incorporate pop culture and political themes.
2. Art - The art industry has the opportunity to disrupt traditional art norms by incorporating humor and political satire into their works.
3. Media - The media industry can innovate by providing platforms for artists and comedians to showcase their political satire and commentary.