Political poster about the tension between the west and middle east. The typography expresses the complexity of war and terror. The detail of ISIS spelled out between the lines and the upside down cross represent the mix of religion which gets used to manipulate to fight wars and execute terror. Chrome glitter screen printed by hand on Sirio Ultra Black 115 g/m² 594 x 841 mm paper. Signed and numbered in a edition of 30. Additionally printed on waterproof fabric with chrome coating on back. Created in Winter 2019 as a self initiatived project. Originally inspired by Number (N)ine’s collection in 2004 which featured political slogans against the Bush administration as they were under fire at the time for a lot of decisions and statements. To civilians in countries with active wars, even soldiers and people fighting for what they believe in can seem like the terrorists as innocent people can be mistaken as the enemy and terrorized. The statement expresses mistrust of government officials and it’s strange to have to ask for trust as trust is usually implied by behavior.