by FRANCIS GOMILA
In Collateral damage artist Francis Gomila drills a hole through the U.S. spring edition of ELLE magazine 2011.
Collateral damage is damage that is incidental to the intended outcome. The phrase is prevalently used as an euphemism for civilian casualties of a military action.
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