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Aeolian Fuck Death

Artist
Fuck Death Foundation
Date
2010
Publisher
self published
Format
Multiples
Description

Take a stand against death, no matter which way the wind is blowing, with this aeolian sign from the Fuck Death Foundation. The heavy weight sign, designed to revolve with the bulk movement of air, features the words “Fuck” and “Death” on opposite sides.

As an alternative to the often abstract impact of art on the world, the Fuck Death Foundation is structured to make a quantifiable contribution to society. As their mission statement outlines, “The Fuck Death Foundation is an organization dedicated to the elimination of death through the generation and distribution of funds to strategically selected causes and initiatives worldwide.” The organization aims to efficiently and effectively target the 5 illnesses responsible for 70% of the world’s mortalities; parasitic and infectious disease, cardiovascular disease, cancer and AIDS through the distribution of funds, while a Lightning Action Relief Fund will respond to global crisis situations. Over time, resources will be directed toward “life extension sciences”.

All proceeds from sales benefit the Foundation. Unique work.

  1. Aeolian Fuck Death
 

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