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.