ANIMAL has commissioned artist Michael Ian Weinfeld to create this limited edition "POPE" print of Benedict XVI.
The occasion? To commemorate Benedict's first visit to New York City as Pontiff.
The print parodies the famous "HOPE" print for presidential hopeful Obama.
666 signed and numbered prints of this 16.25 x 24 inches GiclÃ©e on archival paper will be made. So hurry up! It sells for $99.
Implications - With so many issues emerging in today's modern society, consumers are looking for some sort of relief. Products that poke fun at serious problems are appealing to customers who desire an escape from the growing number of world issues. Companies could make light of a serious situation to attract more buyers.
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Benedict vs. Obama: POPE Parodies HOPE
- By: AymanApr 16, 2008 Updated: Jun 16 2011