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4.29 / 5.00

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1768 x 2500 px
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  • Frontpaged November 24, 2013

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I understand where you were going with this. I hate people who say, "if you don't like this picture, you're going to hell." It make me feel obligated to like it, only I don't like the content. I hate what's happening to these people, and it's sad what they have to go through every day, but I don't want to like it. In reality, it's evil to like something like this.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

That is actually pretty interesting.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

What really happened to Jude in American Horror Story "Asylum".

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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Is the nun wear and skull referring to the "dead innocence" of the people who blindly let themselves overlook so many wrongs in the world by shutting out themselves via technological walls. Technology is supposed to improve communication and promote awareness and even though we see all the tragidies and wrongs we ignore them for the most part because we rapidly move to the next thing. I dont really get the Ipad, I mean i do to a point but there are so many other companies to use, like google, that I wonder if there is a special reason you used Ipad?

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TONIKOR responds:

I knew the ipad thing would come up. It's not a poke at apple or anything. Apple is just such an current brand and people regonize the product. The pad in itself doesn't really have any meaning, it's just there to deliver the point.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool cool style. It's not specifically political, it's just a real moral statement about us, the Americans, I'm hoping and guessing. The cool thing is the juxtaposition. It's subtle... The other cooler thing is how you actually included atrocities in your art. It's like, Why aren't people pissed about this? PACIFISM FTW