Taliban Don’t Surf

My longtime friend and sometime co-worker Jason Filipow has put out a great, politically provocative, print which references the Clash and Apocalypse Now. Read more about the art and inspiration below.

Taking inspiration from Francis Ford Coppola’s monumental war film, Apocalypse Now, as well as the song Charlie Don’t Surf by The Clash, JRF’s Taliban Don’t Surf presents a topical narrative infused with politically-charged rhetoric. It parodies western stereotypes while questioning the ambiguous motives of the US military occupation along border of Pakistan/Afghanistan.

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Taliban Don’t Surf is a hand-crafted, artist-pulled, two-color screen print on black 100# French paper stock. The archival, 18″ x 24″ print is an edition of only fifty units, each individually embossed with artist’s chop on lower left and numbered on lower right.