A screen print I produced that questions the morality of the celebrations held when Osama Bin Laden was pronounced dead. There were scenes of mass celebration seen Worldwide, but most notably across the United States of America, where hundreds of street parties were held. But is this okay?
It is a morally grey area, because of the tragic terrorist attacks Bin Laden was responsible for across the Globe - but does that make it okay to celebrate a mans death as much as it is to celebrate the death of a US soldier after hundreds of innocent people have been killed in the Middle East?
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Went to see True Grit at an unbelievable art deco cinema called The Rex today. Thought the film was incredible… So many amazing scenes that have inspired me and I need to make a screen print from. found these as well by Aaron Horkey. Also amazing.