Sometimes it's easy to forget that we live in a society controlled by greed, one that lets corporations off the hook for crimes an ordinary person would be locked up for. In a new book titled CAPTURED, you can see portraits of powerful business people who should be in prison drawn by people currently serving jail time. The purpose of CAPTURED is to spotlight "crimes masquerading as commerce" committed by heads of corporations—including the CEOs of Shell and Citigroup—such as bribery, public and reckless endangerment, tax evasion, poisoning, concealing evidence, and more.
Rich people love hanging portraits of themselves in their houses, right? Well, CAPTURED—the profits of which will be donated to the campaign of presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders—is 60 pages of stark reminders that our society's hypocrisy and extreme imbalance of wealth and privilege will be its downfall. It's a hardcover "fuck you" to the 1%.
At this point, there are only 22 copies of CAPTURED left, so grab one while you have the chance.