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These pictures of Zuma, Zille, Malema will give you nightmares

2014-04-02 14:33
If you haven't been scared of politicians before, it will change today. (Source: Xcollektiv)
Bloemfontein - Ever wondered what it would look like if you were to merge Patricia De Lille and Julius Malema into one person? Yes, that happened!

A page on Facebook called Xcollektiv posts mostly funny posters of politicians asking questions and drawing attention to current issues in the country.

The page describes itselfs as a collaborative creative dialogue between visual-artists, writers, filmmakers, performers and the public.

Their aim is to facilitate and initiate projects that pose questions and draws attention to issues and to connect with ordinary lives through public creative processes.

"Our intention is to weave an 'in-cooperative' expression that will be comprised of and will infiltrate different media spaces: to reach neglected audiences, and build community and agency around issues of individual and collective importance."

There are numerous posters, but we settled for these three seeing as it pretty much looks like campaign material for elections.



Source: Facebook/Xcollektiv



Source: Facebook/Xcollektiv



Source: Facebook/Xcollektiv


Read more on: patricia de lille  |  julius malema  |  helen zille  |  jacob ­zuma  |  election 2014  |  humour  |  politics

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