Presentation on theme: "Throwing rice at the bride and groom at a wedding, guests symbolically wish them a lifetime full of fertility and of prosperity… For the Chinese the."— Presentation transcript:
Throwing rice at the bride and groom at a wedding, guests symbolically wish them a lifetime full of fertility and of prosperity… For the Chinese the grain feeds thousands of people for longer periods than any other grain.
The song sucked, the lyrics sucked, the recording sucked, from each violin strum to every vocal melody the thing…sucked! Listening to music all day isn't easy, and forming an opinion about it all is even harder.
Why do people with similar backgrounds and intellects vary so widely in their effectiveness in dealing with money? One needs to remember that a fool and his money are soon parted.
There came a point in time where the trade of slavery would yield more than gold and herbs combined. It was a business that many traders strived to be part of. Everything you see in the western world—its cities, institutions, and wealth—is built on Black slavery.
Innocence: a feeling of well being and trust that all will be well. But beware, the end of the game comes when one sets an innocent looking quiet move that ends in a deadly trap.
In many factories people are treated and controlled like battery chickens and told if they don't like the pay and conditions... there is always the door. Today the nature of work in China is changing; out with the old dirty factory jobs and in with cleaner high-tech industries.
War toys definitely have a war promoting effect, the protection of the children constitutes a higher goal than the interests of the toy industry. After all, the symbol of the dove and olive was designed for and adopted by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
Pleasure is the carrot dangled to lead the ass to market; or the precipice. Cruelty is a part of nature, at least of human nature.
Freedom is difficult to obtain and even more difficult to maintain. Political liberation neither immediately nor automatically leads to democracy. All too often, one dictatorship may fall, followed by anarchy, and later by yet another dictatorship.
The illustrations shown in this show are the work of Pawla Kuczynskiego. Born in 1976 in Szczecin, she graduated at he Accademy of Fine Arts in Poznan, specializing in graphics. Since 2004 she produces satirical illustrations and up to now she has received 92 awards and distinctions. In 2005 she was awarded a prize from Association of Polish Cartoonists "Eryk". This newly discovered cartoonist received a record number of awards in international competitions. She has captured the absurd, the restlessness and the injustices in an indisputable way. For her, awareness/sensitivity is the beginning of change She has produced some brilliant satirical and humorous works that are provoking, attractive, and amusing…. slavery, greed, consumerism, politics, pollution, athletics, war, peace, addiction, to mention a few
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