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Verdict: The Final Sentence Of Mustapha Mond: Two Islands And A Lighthouse Prints

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Giclee Prints – Paper and Canvas – Hand Signed And Numbered – Limited Editions

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Giclee Prints, Paper And Canvas

Matte Prints have image size 14″x18″ on 16″x20″ (41cm x 51 cm) size paper.  Hand signed and numbered, 400 Limited Edition.

Canvas Prints have 16″x20″ (41 cm x 51 cm) image size on 20″x24″ size canvas for wrapping.  Hand signed and numbered, 25 Limited Edition.

Whole sets of larger 20″x24″ (51cm x 61cm) prints of the twelve Brave New World paintings are also available.

All prints come rolled and shipped in a tube.

Original Painted In Nov. 2018, 20″x24″ (51cm x 61cm) Acrylic On Panel – SOLD to Fred Whitehead, Kansas City KS, USA through the Jones Gallery

XI: I summoned the three to my secret chamber, and showed them the sins humankind sacrificed after the 21st century population wars. Literature, philosophy, poetry, dogma, real science, and high art. I treated them like friends more than criminals…for awhile. Then I reexplained why such knowledge had to be banned, in favor of lifetimes spent serving the the lower castes. I reminded them, those who disagreed deserved to be sent to islands, but all three Alphas failed my test by arguing.

When the police arrived, Bernard went kicking and screaming, cursing me with every name in the book….problem-child to the bitter end. Watson cackled in my face and challenged me “the sooner the better!” He even requested an Antarctic climate, claiming it would make him more creative. I told John I wanted to continue the experiment, in order to slowly cover it up, but he embarrassed me yet again by fleeing.

The Savage ran off to an abandoned lighthouse near the remotest part of the mainland, where he could hunt and grow his own food. I’m sure John hoped the masses would stay away as much as I did….but they didn’t. Once discovered, hordes of lower castes left the factories to live in nature like their celebrity The Savage. It was humiliating, and I felt the only way to get the masses to stop taking John seriously was to make a joke out of him. But the joke I wound up playing was a bad one, on myself, and unlike the Thomas Grahm Bell scandal, no one laughed.

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