Rarely do I use my art to 'make a statement' on a trending topic... partly because the woodburning process is generally too slow to finish a piece before it becomes irrelevant. But in this case I thought it was important enough to make the time. 

I'm not going to pick apart the ridiculousness of the things he said.

I'm not going to go on about how society should be working towards everyone having a more positive self-image, regardless of height, weight, sex or 'cool' status.

I'm not even going to point out that my husky-ass wouldn't rock those clothes if they came in size Extra Extra Bacon-Lined Large to begin with.

All I'm going to do, is let my portrait pyrography skills shine, and tell the CEO of Abercrombie & Fitch, Mike Jeffries, to...

Nothing like a couple hours of burning wood to get something off your chest.

If your not familiar with the controversial stance of Jeffries, check out this 2006 interview from Salon.

And for those of who don't get the cereal part of this, check out this very informative post by CBC's Lauren O'Neil about the 'Ryan Gosling Won't Eat His Cereal' meme.