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A healthy and a dead goldfish representing safe and unsafe lubricants; an advertisement for water-based lubricants. Colour lithograph by Chris Bal and Wilberto van den Bogaard for The AIDS Team in Antwerp, ca. 1995.

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[1995?]
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675562i
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Description

A goldfish swimming in a bowl with three bottles and a tube of water-based lubricant suitable for safe-sex is labelled as good. In contrast, a dead goldfish lies in a pool of blood next to oil-based lubricants (including a tin of hand creme, a jar of vasoline and a bottle of baby) is labelled as wrong

Publication/Creation

Antwerpen (Brugstraat 16 bus 1 - 2060 Antwerpen 6) : V.U.: Gart Zeebregis, AIDS Team Productions, [1995?]

Physical description

1 print : lithograph, printed in blue, black/grey and white ; sheet 39.9 x 60 cm

Lettering

Goed. Fout. Glijmiddel op waterbasis. Altijd! V.U.: Gart Zeebregis, AIDS Team Productions ... Vrij van zegel (art. 198) Idee: Wilberto van den Bogaard. Fotografie: Chris Bal.

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Bears logo: Het AIDS Team

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 675562i

Copyright note

Chris Bal [photo] Wilberto van den Bogaard [design] Gart Zeebregis Het AIDS Team 1995? Danny Turelinckx? Netherlands 20/04/2009 UkLW Transcription from the item

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