The Seven Deadly Sins
The set of portraits created for the “Seven Deadly Sins” is in reference the fourth century doctrine of the Christian monk Evagrius Ponticus. Translated into the modern political context, they reflect the perceived public opinion of notable people in influential positions of power; or social movements that tend to have negative impact. The hand-drawn subjects selected for these portraits were matched with each of the deadly sins within the modern political context : cruelty, selfishness, intolerance, bigotry, racism, greed and aggression. The portraits have been placed on the typographic composition of a background created with the first letter of the deadly sin that identifies each subject.

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