Zizek's decaffeinated coffee Tablet (vertical)
Yet another variation of Andy Warhol’s can of soup : this time it’s an attempt to take the idea of combining Andy Warhol iconic soup cans graphic serie and modern Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Zizek’s trademark ideas a bit further, namely his criticism of Starbuck’s “good coffee karma” marketing strategy as an epitome of an “ethical capitalism” lure combined with the concept of decaffeinated coffee designating our modern liberal and permissive society paradoxical attitude towards pleasures that are all prohibited although God, according to Nietzsche, appears to be long gone.
Protect your tablet with an impact resistant hard shell case featuring an extremely slim profile. The lay-flat feature protects the front of your iPad by extending the bezel above the screen. Compatible with the Apple iPad Smart Cover. Great case offering solid protection and direct access to all device features.
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