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A red and gold decorated head with an open mouth adorned with skeletons wearing crowns representing an advertisement for Saltarino, an asian circus AIDS gala in support of children and families affected by AIDS and HIV; organised by the AIDS-Forum e.V. Colour lithograph.
- [between 1990 and 1999]
Justicia carnea Lindl. Acanthaceae. Brazilian Plume flower, Flamingo flower. Shrimp plant. Tender shrub. Distribution: Atlantic coast of Brazil. Named for James Justice (1698-1753) Scottish horticulturist, lawyer, 'tulip maniac' (Desmond, 1977). Asian species of Justicia are noted to be toxic and contain cytotoxic compounds which inhibit virus replication (Wiart, 2006) Photographed in the Medicinal Garden of the Royal College of Physicians, London.
- Dr Henry Oakeley