Donald Trump as the Bozo, Hillary Clinton as the Joker, Kim Jong-un as the Short Fuse, Prophet Muhammad as the Muslim, and the Pope as the House of Whores. These are some of the public figures that are captured in the new artwork.
One of the paintings exhibited, The Small Thing, is the topic of a few celebrities at the last supper. Suggestively and openly debating is Megyn Kelly, Rosie O’Donnell, Sarah Palin, Carly Fiorina, the Virgen Guadalupe, the breastfeeding lady and many more, gesturing about the small penis in the room.
Artist J. Scheinberg shines the spotlight and captivates a few social innuendos of political figures and celebrities, where surreal becomes real in the new art exhibition, already debuting worldwide with more than 100k visitors a day. The catalytic artwork, infused with metaphors, irreverence and rhetorical effects, dishing back with a colorful punch, and always canvassing a fresh light.
Ever since the artist can remember, he’s always been intrigued by the controversial world hypes, the non-acceptance of cultures, racial divisiveness, the radical side of religions, the phobias of sexual preferences, dictators with short fuses wishing to eradicate others. Abstract figures with their load of shiznit can be very influential and persuasive to our social perspective; topics that are rooted in our society and are carried out over and over in repetition, like an Andy Warhol masterpiece.
The iconic artwork speaks volumes, making it’s way around the world. Peruse, get enlighten, shade an opinion, and be inspired.
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