The Allegory of Bad Government--2017

After researching Ambrogio Lorenzetti's Allegory of Good and Bad Government, I had an idea to do my own version of the the 3 part fresco. Having applied the political figures of modern U.S. politics and media, I photoshopped together my own version "The Allegory of Bad Government--2017" and then  printed it off on a large 3x4 ft colored sticker paper in order to put it up on a wall as a modern day fresco--or as I like to call it "street art".  With the permission from A.J. Vanderelli I wheat pasted it up on the walls of 400 West Rich Street in Columbus, Ohio. I felt this could be used as a simple reminder to people of the importance of being aware of government entities and their roles in governing our society.

Lorenzetti's Fresco Explained
Lorenzetti's Fresco Explained

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Wheat Pasted
Wheat Pasted

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Bad Government
Bad Government

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Lorenzetti's Fresco Explained
Lorenzetti's Fresco Explained

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There are hidden meanings behind the personnel that follows suit with Lorenzetti's original piece. 

Cruelty= Mike Pense

Treason= Michael Cohen

Fraud= Betsy DeVos

Avarice= Melania Trump

Tyranny= Donald Trump

Pride= Sarah Huckabee Sanders

Vainglory= Ivanka Trump

Fury= Alex Jones

Diviseness= Kellyanne Conway

War= Kim Jong-un​

Each figure has a role in creating and maintaining a Bad Government. Even the "good" or "innocent" characters have their own meanings:

Justice= Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Citizen= Stormy Daniels

For more information on the The Allegory of Good and Bad Government:

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start video below at 7:38mins (it's a great watch!)