Political Art Spotlight: Brash Political Cartoon in McGill Daily

Earlier this academic year, the McGill Daily celebrated its hundredth year of entrenched institutional monopolistic ownership of information distribution.

his piglet face is actually worse than the

the campus reactionaries have begun transmuting the aura of pig into the art form of complete societal reconstruction

In contravention of usual Daily policy, the paper actually ran a cover related to a story that appears in the news section.

This powerful political statement shows solidarity amongst the campus media and the oppositional blocs to Official Arch-Freudian Mediator Between the Capitalist Church of James and the Revolutionary Student Guard Morton Mendelson, Ph.D Psych, who has waged war against The People’s Voice, as the Daily reports here — which we remind you broke first here on the MARP in a column by The Copper Cobra.

Sadly, we must critique this work as we feel that it does not truly uncover the essential aspects of Mendleson’s personality, nor does it accurately convey his physical image.

The many faults in this work should be self evident — not the least of which is the fact that Mendleson’s personal aesthetic is childishly conveyed.

On the cover of the Daily, Mendleson’s features are proportionally represented whereas everyone knows that in reality, his goatee is larger than his entire face.

Report Filed by: Karlos Marx

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