Fashion Shares Exhibition
1 color T-shirt Print (Unpublished)
||Til Death Do Us Part
The personification of Death as a living, sentient entity is a concept that has existed in many societies since the beginning of recorded history.
In Western cultures, death is usually given the name "The Grim Reaper" and shown as a skeletal figure carrying a large scythe, and wearing a midnight black gown with a hood, or sometimes, a white burial shroud. Usually when portrayed in the black-hooded gown, only his eyes can be seen.
Inspired by Neil Gaiman's comic character in the Sandman.
A different personification of Death appears in my illustration.
In which Death, appears in the guise of a naked goth girl embraced in flowery thorns, within a silhouette of a penis. The illustration symbolize the idea of a AIDS infection through unprotected sexual contact.
The majority of HIV infections are acquired through unprotected sexual relations between partners, one of whom has HIV. There is no cure to AIDS, please be responsible for your own actions. Use a condom, have safe sex.
- Rebel One