Tag: Essays

Charles Saatchi: Politicians are not hypocrites

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Because being hypocrites would make them at least accountable for their behaviours, so says Charles Saatchi in his new column for The Evening Standard. Charles discusses some of his most famous ads from his days leading Saatchi & Saatchi, such as the infamous ‘Labour Isn’t Working’ to the more grisly anti-smoking campaigns, while he floats… Read more »

Dead: A Celebration Of Mortality

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Charles Saatchi releases his latest book, ‘Dead: A Celebration of Mortality’ to coincide with the opening of the Saatchi Gallery exhibition of the same name.   Linked by the unlikely theme of death, Dead explores how society views mortality, using essays and imagery to create a both humorous and disturbing portrait of the way we… Read more »

Is it only perverts who download sex filth onto their computers?

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25% of all Google searches are for requests for pornography. Does that make us a world of perverts? Or Is it any surprise given the constantly growing availability of porn through the internet, and the constant exposure to everyone from teenagers to pensioners, that the porn industry is booming? It brings in more revenue worldwide… Read more »

Babble – Charles Saatchi 2013

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In Babble, Charles Saatchi collates essays on a range of topics, blending the humorous with the controversial.   Accompanied by illustrations, the essays offer a glimpse inside the mind of the famously media-shy Saatchi, where he gives his opinion on a range from ‘Lobbying for beginners’ to ‘I miss the mafia’, and doesn’t disappoint in… Read more »