Justice is not served the same way in all the countries. Every culture has different beliefs and laws, and that judges their sins. You may not be able to divorce your wife by merely saying the word 'divorce' three times, but it happens back in Pakistan. It is called 'Triple Talaq' (no pun intended).
However, the question here is not how justice sees the world, but also how the world sees the judge. A painter and illustrator artist, Gunduz Agayev who has already gained fame with his previous two series came up with an idea to portray the situation of justice in the modern world, and how everyone uses it to accomplish their selfish motives.
Gunduz named this series as Femida (Themis) which as usual talks about the human rights at the global level and current scenarios.
"I have spent 15-16 days for this volume. I drew thinking and reading about the situations in these countries. These illustrations depict the real conditions in the countries," says Gunduz.
Interpretation: Well, arts like these aren't abstract enough so that you may get lost in meanings, these are the straightforward depiction of reality, like in this, Gunduz has shown Russian President, Vladimir Putin shirtless as he puts a gun on Justice to control it.
Interpretation: Sharia or Sharia law protestors are doing their anti-social activities openly, while Angela Merkel and her justice keep silent on it as nothing happened.
Interpretation: Justice in Iran is hanged, thanks to the police there who 'supposedly' supports wrong-doers.
Interpretation: The survival of justice in Greece is in the hands of corporates and rich.
Interpretation: In China, justice does what government asks it to do. Nothing more and nothing less.
Interpretation: Their dictator, Kim-Jong-Un is a justice of North Korea. His weighing scale has only one side that belongs to him only.
Interpretations: One of the most brutal and ruthless depictions of justice among all countries is about Syria. As per my knowledge, illustrator Gunduz conveys that corporates, rich and politicians have Fu#ed justice, while terrorist organization cut its head off.
Interpretation: US drops bombs on people, but it has mistakenly dropped its justice as well.
Interpretation: Gunduz shows Queen Elizabeth II of Britain as statue of justice.
Interpretation: In Turkey, the politicians slap on the face of justice.
Interpretation: Not only powerful leaders, but its own people are killing justice in France.
Interpretation: Everyone in Brazil is busy playing football, while there's hardly anyone one cares about justice.
Interpretation: Azerbaijan has put justice in prison.
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