God Told Me to Skin You Alive

God Told Me To Skin You Alive

God Told Me to Skin You Alive

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God Told Me to Skin You Alive is a work of art by Winston Smith. It was used as the cover for Green Day's fourth album, Insomniac. It shares its title with a lyric from the Dead Kennedys song "I Kill Children," and the dentist in the upper right corner also appears in the inside cover of Dead Kennedys' Plastic Surgery Disasters.

The image features some subliminal messages, including three fairies, a nude woman, three skulls, and other ghostly images set in the flames in the background. According to Winston Smith's site, the painting began with the male figure from The Arnolfini Portrait, who can be seen in the middle of the picture, behind an X-ray and playing a violin.

Green Day's version of the arrangement slightly differs from the original, with the woman holding Billie Joe Armstrong's original blue Stratocaster instead of an acoustic guitar.


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