Blackwell has created Consume, Sweetie, Consume in hopes to encourage viewers to be aware of the constant subliminal messaging and corporate-propaganda that we endure. She encourages viewers to think skeptically, economically, and to resist the parching urge we receive after catching a Cola commercial. Blackwell has mounted 60 tiles, that were designed with patterns inspired by multiple corporate logos. These patterns were created in Photoshop, then carved into plaster that were then pressed into clay. The throw rug is composed of press-molded ceramic tiles representing consumer items that we find in our home, such as coffee cups, cosmetic containers, and pharmaceutical containers. To the right of the installation is a representation of a lamp, supporting a ceramic shade decorated with reliefs of the Venus of Willendorf, and toy planes. This imagery is to include playful qualities in the installation, while simultaneously acknowledging the history behind these on-going issues of consumerism and propaganda.