KIDULT’s Coca-Cola Inspired Ebola Art

by on October 30, 2014

You might remember KIDULT from his “in-your-face graffiti, including art that trolls big-name fashion brands like Marc Jacobs and Chanel.”  While those pieces focused on the “dangers of excessive consumerism,” KIDULT’s most recent work centers on a very different kind of danger.  The French graffiti artist has unveiled a new piece in Paris, in an effort to very publicly contribute to the global conversation surrounding the Ebola virus.

KIDULT's Ebola piece in Paris // Image: @therealkidult via Twitter

KIDULT’s Ebola piece in Paris // Image: @therealkidult via Twitter

Reportedly referencing an article by Delaware State University Professor Cyril Broderick entitled Ebola, Aids Manufactured by Western Pharmaceuticals, US DoD? (which the Washington Post called “wildly speculative and conspiratorial”), KIDULT adopts the Coca-Cola and alters it to read “Enjoy Ebola: Made in USA.”

Featured Image by @therealkidult via Twitter