American posters by Triboro design
Both posters is available with 30% discount by promo code TRIBORO only till the end of November
Design: Triboro, US
Size: 59 x 84 cm
Limited edition: 1 copy, signed & numbered
Delivery: free worldwide
"Ask your doctor"
American TV today is overloaded with Pharmaceutical (drug) commercials.The phrase “AskYour Doctor” is synonymous with these ads, for whatever reason someone decided it always needs to appear, probably for legal reasons, and now it’s become the most ubiquitous phrase on TV. Ask your doctor commercials are troubling from several respects.They always contain a lengthy list of creepy side-effects invariably including death, which sends the implicit message that the whole lot of medicines dangled before the public onTV are in fact very dangerous drugs. Several of these medicines moreover follow a predictable pattern, starting with the ad touting the medicine followed by a disclaimer that it can do more harm than good in certain cases. Then after about two years or so, a second ad about the same drug gets aired, only this time from a legal firm, offering its services to people made sicker by the drug’s use.
Croatian town Zadar has been claimed to have the best sunset in the world by the lmmaker Alfred Hitchcock. Whilst watching the sunset in the old town you can hear the ‘Sea Organ’ (morske orgulje), a natural musical instrument, seventy meters long with thirty-five organ pipes built under the concrete.The musical pipes are located so that the sea water and wind movements produce musical sounds that are heard by passers by so that it achieves a communication with nature and promotes a unity of architecture and environment. As sea forces and energies are unpredictable in terms of tides and winds, this organ offers never-end- ing concert of numerous musical variations in which the performer is nature itself.