Third World Posse – a collective of visual artists from developing countries – have arrived to deliver a healthy dose of heavy metal philanthropy, with their first release putting a fresh coat of paint on Metallica’s iconic debut.
Recalling the metal band’s most volatile era and translating it into a series of incredibly ornate and vicious paintings, Felipe Mora’s Dealing Out The Agony is a beautifully brutal collection based on Metallica’s debut trash classic Kill ‘em All and features ten high-quality prints showcased within a limited edition 12 inch jacket.
It will look and feel like a vinyl record – but inside will contain ten 12×12 inch prints of pure visual violence and mayhem. Dealing Out The Agony will become the perfect accompaniment to the music itself. Pour over the artworks as the music fills your ears – stick them on your wall to brighten up any living space – set fire to them as a sacrifice to the dark one… the power is yours!
60% of all profits will be donated to the Children Hospital of San Vicente Foundation to help improve the quality of care and life expectancy of children dealing with cancer in Colombia.
For more information, or to make a donation yourself, please visit the following link: indiegogo