Decapitator x Uniqlo

The London based Decapitator has gained his fair share of notoriety for his counter-culture exploits replacing the heads in various advertisements with a bloodied and decapitated mess. Uniqlo is the latest company to come under fire from the gory artist as a series of ads were hit.

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The London based Decapitator has gained his fair share of notoriety for his counter-culture exploits replacing the heads in various advertisements with a bloodied and decapitated mess. Uniqlo is the latest company to come under fire from the gory artist as a series of ads were hit.

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