Vibrant pop art featuring a blonde woman popping-out of a Hershey kiss type chocolate candy.
The design serves as commentary on the ways in which chocolate selling corporations have used women to sell in the west. The small exploding chocolate is made in the Ivory Coast where most cocoa beans come from. Black child labor, including slave and abusive labor, is rampant. Despite promises going back decades to voluntarily end the purchase of such cocoa, the chocolate industry, including Hershey, is still not clean. The cocoa is then shipped across the blue ocean to a predominantly white market where it is sold as romantic kisses to attract your dream girl.
Despite the origins of some chocolate bean, the art is fun, in good taste, and with a bit of humor. The chocolate industry and consumers are moving in a positive direction and that is to be celebrated.