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Judith at the Debates

26 Sep

Hats off (and heads off) to Wonkette and Shypixel for a send-up of Christofano Allori’s “Judith” (1613) – an appropriate image to share on the eve of the first EVER presidential debate between a male and a female candidate.  The portrayal of Bill is particularly clever – and the grip on Holofernes’ prodigious hair is especially powerful. Hurry before they sell out!!

Oh Whoops We Just Forced You To Buy This Shirt Of Hillary Clinton Cutting Off Trump’s Head
By Rebecca Schoenkopf, June 9, 2016 – 9:25am

Do you know the story of Judith and Holofernes? Judith was a rad Jewish woman, and Holofernes was a … Roman? general who wanted to rape her. She was like “cool, Holofernes, I will just come to your tent and attend to your boner, no problem, awesome Jewish chick coming at ya,” and then she CUT OFF HIS HEAD.

Isn’t that a good story?

hillary-and-holofernesSo what we have here is some original Photoshopping by the one and only Shypixel, and we have it for you! We have it on men’s shirts and women’s shirts and tote bags and coffee cups and all the other places Redbubble lets us put original photoshops.

Are you still lonesome for Hillary of Arc? She continues to exist over at the Wonkette Bazaar, along with Professorski Elizabeth Warrenovna in men’s and women’s shirts; Wonkette kittens; Wonkette baby kittens; and … probably something else. 

 

 

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1 Comment

Posted by on September 26, 2016 in No category

 

One response to “Judith at the Debates

  1. Gretel

    September 28, 2016 at 9:47 pm

    I am awestruck. Many thanks for this treasure!

     

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