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Those are bees living in a lion's corpse on the Lyle's Golden Syrup logo. If you don't believe me, click here for the whole story.
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The art without the logo - thereby making the first half the statement, e.g.
"Delicious ice cream .."
without the second half of the statement.
Is interesting in a literary way. But I'm not a fan of visual art as a literary medium - it's turned the art gallaries into political cartoon fests.
The art, as I would define it, is the pure symbol of something pleasant. The ice cream bars, for example which might evoke, for example, holiday memories.
07 March 2012 at 04:17 PM
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