coño si las conozco, las vi por primera vez en un museo de barcelona, tus trabajos son excelentes, ahorita estoy comenzando a experimentar con la escultura y cño buscando vainas tu trabajo volvio a llamarme la atencion hasta por aqui jajaja exitos (Y)
This, my friend, is where all those who flip people off at a regular basis meet first when they die. They must first go through him, if they want to get to anyone else, and-kidding, kidding, eheheh. But really, I do believe this is meant to teach people a lesson about flipping others off. Honestly, look at the way he's on a shark. This would show that the language he uses is quite powerful, and hurtful. However, look at the skulls in the water. This would show that the water he swims in is filled with death and dispair. In other words, if you flip people off too much, you might end up going... down there. Now, I have an explanation: We as humans don't really know our own strength that well; we take it for granted every day, and expect people to just toughen up and move on... What if there's a really sensitive person out there, and he's had a really bad day, and the next thing HE knows someone flips him off. What if he kills himself just because of that? It would be the straw that's broken the cammel's back, my friend. In conclusion, I highly suggest that we should learn our strengths and weaknesses, and learn how powerful we really are as humans. We shouldn't be prideful about our power, but knowledgable and honorable. We cannot end up being like the figure we see in this photograph.
True Stefan, in fact this is just a commission from the owner of a Rock and blues bar, so i decided to make something related to the bar and make it look cool. i tend to make my personal work spontaneously, therefore i'm the only one who will find a true meaning behind, but i just find intriguing how someone could get any meaning out of this.