Honest Illustration Of The Contradictory Nature Of People And Society By Sako Asko

Great artists are always messengers of truth. They may not speak through verbal language, or even the written word. But through their personal creativity, they are able to communicate deeper thoughts, and feelings, that conventional language often times cannot. And they do this in such a way that their chosen form of expression comes to be known invariably as art.

Colombian illustrator Sako Asko creates surreal images imbued with hidden meaning. At first glance, the illustrations look innocent enough, until you look a little closer.

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