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Luxury Vandalism: Artist Rebrands Balenciaga Store in London As ‘Pedophilia’ Shop After Photoshoot Scandal

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November 29th 2022, 5:32 pm
"Balenciaga is finished as a brand. More stores will be visited in due course," says street artist.
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A UK artist vandalized a Balenciaga store’s shop windows in Central London with clean stenciled logo that reads “PEDOPHILIA.”

The artist took action against Balenciaga after the Spain-based fashion brand released an ad campaign featuring young children holding BDSM-inspired teddy bears, with a separate photoshoot subliminally featuring a Supreme Court document ruling on child pornography.

The art campaign against the fashion brand is called Luxury Vandalism, according to the artist who calls himself Joe Bloggs, who is a member of a worldwide art collective.



Bloggs said he took action against Balenciaga after being “disgusted” by the photoshoot’s references to child porn and sexual abuse.

From the Gateway Pundit:

I took this action because I was so disgusted by their photo shoot, which clearly was exploiting children, exposing them to extreme adult sexual practices (BDSM), and had hidden references to child porn and even BAAL, who was a child sacrifice god.

Whoever was in charge of that is truly evil. The company has released a half-hearted apology which is not acceptable. Kering, the company that owns Balenciaga, should shut all Balenciaga stores immediately.

Kanye West is still parading around in clothes that he designed with Balenciaga plastered all over them (he wore the boots to Mar-A-Lago to meet President Trump, he should do the decent thing and burn it all in public. People like Kim Kardashian and Madonna have publicly worn items with yellow tape on. They are eerily silent over all this.

Bloggs also declared that Balenciaga as a brand is “finished” in the wake of the pedo photoshoot scandal.

“The children’s innocence must be preserved. Child porn and child sacrifice are not cool, trendy, or cute. They are sick and evil beyond words. Balenciaga is finished as a brand. They must close all stores,” he said.

Balenciaga issued several apologetic statements following the backlash that culminated with its brand ambassador Kim Kardashian distancing herself from the controversy after days of silence.

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Watch Alex Jones’ latest analysis of the unfolding Belanciaga scandal:


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