Perfect Day at Disneyland

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“Cartoon character Mickey Mouse on top of a pile of letters that he has received from fans” - Photo by Henry Guttmann / Getty Images, 1930.

What else to say, a perfect day.

This design is also a parody of the image of the “Coronation of Christ” (available in totebag) replacing the figure of Christ, we show the image of Mickey Mouse with black glass eye that hides its true intentions. His hat has the 322, number of the secret society Skull and Bones. From his mouth we see the words “Scrutamini Scripturas” coming out – Search the Scriptures, in a haughty tone of intellectual superiority, denouncing the fraud behind the contemporary art and incompetent artists that fill the world with his intellectual masturbation.

Who’s afraid of Mickey Mouse?

“Tú que no Puedes”- No. 42 of the “Caprichos” series. - Francisco de Goya y Lucientes, 1799.
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