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Who Killed Mickey — Alsace, France

"Nothing is true and everything is permitted! There is no balance. Balance equals restrictions and this affects your creativity. In the end, just stay true to yourself in every way and create whatever you want."

The man who prefers to use the soubriquet Who Killed Mickey than his real name explains: "Mickey refers to Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse. For me, Mickey Mouse symbolises the corruption of the commercial world of copyrights and brands, and religion is just another brand that people want to be part of. My mission with Who Killed Mickey is to criticise big brands and religions. I want to transform their images/identities to show their true faces."

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