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Heaven is a town much like Shagaluf (print)


Magaluf (aka Shagaluf) is the most (in)famous neighborhood in the island of Mallorca. It is known worlwide for it’s excess, scandals and young drunk brits looking for cheap holidays in the sun. Tourism has become a global industry relatively affordable through cheap flights and holiday packages, so working class folks from developed countries can escape their routine and have fun. In the long run, it’s establishing itself as a contemporary form of colonialism; and places like Magaluf can be found everywhere around the globe. This drawing reflects on the reality that such economical models shape, using cartoon imagery from Carles G.O'D. 's fictional cosmogony: The Rise and Fall of Eden.