posted by davidt on Saturday October 06 2001, @09:00AM
Kevin writes:

I'm a graphic designer (I head up design for the Truth campaign you may have seen on TV) and I've just released "What's Fer Dinner", an anti-meat industry publication which I've dedicated to Morrissey (see photo). It's kind of an art piece, juxtaposing beef recipe cards with slaughterhouse images. The idea for the project came to me while I was watching Moz sing "Meat Is Murder" during one of his Boston shows last year. I've long been a fan and feel like this is a small way of thanking him whilst at the same time providing people with some information on what goes on in the slaughterhouse. Nothing preachy--people are left to make up their own minds, and some of it's funny. Morrissey has been given a copy--if you'd like one too, please contact me at [email protected]. "What's Fer Dinner" normally sells for $15, but Moz fans get it for $12. Be sure to let me know you heard about it at Moz-solo.
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  • This sounds like just the thing to leave out on my desk at work. My coworkers neither understand nor support my lifestyle choices when it comes to my diet. I'd love them to see this. Especially the guy who signed me up for a Beef Council Recipe Club membership. :P
    BlueGirl -- Sunday October 07 2001, @03:38PM (#19775)
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  • Morrissey was in Boston singing Meat is Murder last year?
    Oh, and I was reading about the agency that does the Truth Ads in Brills Content's (magazine) fall issue and that agency actually seems like a pretty cool company. Very interesting to hear about this project, but what are the plans for it? What type of target group is it being sold to? I guess i just don't follow the point of it maybe... aren't ads meant to be seen, not purchased?
    Maybe I'm reading this all wrong..
    EAlvin -- Tuesday October 09 2001, @10:22AM (#19807)
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