Artist Jermaine Rogers has a new set of prints that uses cutesy woodland creatures like raccoons and rabbits as symbols for human conflict in the Middle East. Rogers describes the epic struggle: “Homes were taken, families split, raccoons slaughtered. Several raccoon elders felt it was best to meet with the bunnies in an attempt to stem the violence. Few of these meetings were actually convened, and though some of these held out slim hopes for a peaceful coexistence in the forest, radical elements on each side sabotaged any progress. And to this day, the battle for a small patch of woods rages on. Bunny and raccoon blood soaks the soil, while the reckless voices on each side urge on more and more conflict.” Jump for a ‘variant’ of the above print.
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