Patrick Thomas (graphic artist)
A billboard poster created by Thomas depicting a horse with the title "Moo" was displayed at the Leicester Square tube station in London as promotion for the Affordable Art Fair. The poster appeared in the midst of a horse-meat scandal involving the queen. The controversy arose when six carcasses tainted with the anti-inflammatory drug, a potential carcinogen, exported to France in May 2019, may have entered the food chain and been eaten by the Queen and members of the Royal Family after the horse meat was passed off as beef. Thomas commented that it "is the job of an artist to be witness to his time in history and art should have a social function and be an intrinsic part of everyday life."
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