Art of Offenders prompts a person to think deeply and dream endlessly. The diversity of subjects and the stories the artists tell through their work is positively outstanding.
The pieces just seem to draw you in, to demand that you consider them, look at them and think about them. For instance, in Know Your Enemy, the artist commented on the fact that society judges and pigeon-holes people based on appearances or circumstances which causes alienation and marginalisation. But we mustn’t jump to conclusions as maybe this character is not the enemy after all.
[Thanks Emm of London]
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