Disturbing Pictures That Reflect The Absurdities Of Modern Culture

Many artists have created artwork to inspire deep contemplation, but Spanish artist Luis Quiles’ creations may be the most controversial yet as many of his illustrations center on the objectification of women, war and power, social media, religion, and the glorification of technology in the modern world. The following slide show presents some masterpieces created by Luis Quiles and other artists that clearly want to send a strong message to the world.

It might be agreed that the images are so powerful because they evoke deep visceral responses – be they arousal, terror or disgust – which challenge common thinking. If any of the images strike a chord with you, that’s okay. Just take a moment to reflect on what it is that inspires a reaction, and move on to the next at your own pace.

Obsessed for attention.

Obsessed for attention.

The anxiety.

The anxiety.

Starvation VS. obesity.

Starvation VS. obesity.

The religion.

The religion.

I can do anything.

I can do anything.

Girl’s genital cripple.

Girl's genital cripple.

A reason to kill.

A reason to kill.

Mobility = virality.

Mobility = virality.

The dark side of today’s society.

The dark side of today's society.

Even darker.

Even darker.

Thirst for oil

Everyone is a Moon.

Child labor.

Child labor.

Selfie and the stick story.

Selfie and the stick story.

And I’m addicted.

And I'm addicted.

Sheep of the herd.

Sheep of the herd.

How female sexuality is used to divert the attention of a hormone-driven population of men.

Credit: Luis Quiles

 

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