Much of the things in the modern world can unarguably be compared to pornography. It is exactly this parallel Spanish artist Luis Quiles has drawn through his illustrations. You might find some of them offensive if you look at their most peripheral contours, but if try to understand the message being conveyed, you’ll have your mind blown. How you see them is up to you.
This work is a critic about religious establishment who use religion all around they find misery to get more believers. This people don’t need a holy book, don’t need a fake God, don’t need a fake hope. This people need a real hope, a real education, they need schools, FOOD, medicines, preservatives…They need a real future, not a fake truth.
He wrote that this illustration is a take on the famous meme, which obviously demeans women.
The inspiration for this illustration was a famous execution photograph.
Quiles has presented truths in very graphic, and may we say, disturbing ways. But truths are truths.