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Vikings Invade FCA HQ In London

December 12th, 2014

Vikings Invade FCA HQ In London

Well, sort of! Nigel Follett's Lumen Prize short-listed painting 'Ragnar's Epitaph' was selected by the regulatory body, the 'Financial Conduct Authority', (FCA) as part of their lobby display, 'Art at the FCA'.

It will be there from the end of November 2014 for three months and is projected on a huge screen in the waiting area of their HQ in Canary Wharf, London, UK.

Amongst other things, the FCA supervise the conduct of over 50,000 UK firms, and regulate the prudential standards of those firms not covered by the Prudential Regulation Authority. We hope that means something to some of you....

355mL Painting Used In Global Campaign Against PepsiCo

December 9th, 2014

355mL Painting Used In Global Campaign Against PepsiCo

HEY PEPSIó CAN YOU HANDLE THE TRUTH?
Global call in day December the 9th 2014.

Nigel Follett's visceral painting '355mL' depicts a mother and child Orang-utan standing bewildered against a background reminiscent of the Great War. In place of poppies however, they are surrounded by Pepsi cans (355mL). Ths image has been selected to drive the point home as to PepsiCo's complicity in sourcing conflict palm oil.

The vast, ancient landscape of the Leuser ecosystem supports some of the last populations of rare species like Sumatran tigers, orangutans, rhinos, elephants, clouded leopards and sun bears. With your help we will save it from being destroyed for Conflict Palm Oil.

Every day bulldozers drive deeper and deeper in the last stands of rainforest in Indonesia and Malaysia. Why? To meet the ever growing demand for Conflict Palm Oil that is used in potato chips, crackers and snack foods made by companies including PepsiCo.

The only thing standing...