How many of us actually monitor the status quo and look forward to bring a change in it? Even a drop of change and conviction can help this world emerge from the plethora of injustice and violence. All with positivity and harmony in mind, we as humans can convince our fellow brothers to do their bit to make life on this planet not as challenging, in terms of basic necessities only.
Illustrations by the artist Gündüz Aghayev, from Azerbaijan, are a manifestation of the brutality that the world possesses. From the dominance of terrorism to the selfish interest of countries, his series on 'War and Peace' hits right. But, we as humans forget that we are also the inventors of peace and are often swayed by the negative force of war. Not only this, his series on 'modern society's downfall' is another blunt take on the vices of this world.
Have a look at his illustrations, to be sunk into deep thoughts.
Brutality and greed for power takes over the docile human brain!
Now, that is nothing less than heart-breaking.
Someone please help the little one take control of her life and not be swayed.
Millions of words and emotions captured in a single piece of art. *Taken-aback*
Dark, unhindered and highly inconsiderate.
To mourn for the deaths, or to count the number of deaths? *Highly saddening*
Will continue until all the wrongs have been wiped out.
With my heart sinking at the thought process of the preachers of violence.
When the final evolved version is worse than the first.
These illustrations are coaxing us to ponder upon how to pacify this world and the incessant violence in it. If you get to any decision, do share them in the comments section below.
And can sense the danger of being hit by a shark only to die in vain.
And wants their presence marked in the fake digital world, leaving the natural world, deserted.
When the poor kid is denied entry in a full supermarket and is allowed to look for food in the desert. Damn this hypocrisy!
When the future of the newly-born is pretty evidently clear and it is so disturbing.
They keep shedding, just spread more disturbance.
The illustrations by artist Gündüz Aghayev are so on point that they have left an impact on our minds, moving us enough to hustle and be the change-bearers.
We hope, they were powerful enough to question your thought process, too.
Catch more of artist's work, here.