(photo) How does the perfect life of the sec.XXI .

(photo) How does the perfect life of the sec.XXI .
(photo) How does the perfect life of the sec.XXI    .

Art is not just created to enjoy our eyes, it conveys ideas and challenges. Austrian cartographer Gerhard Haderer produces satirical illustrations for decades, emphasizing that today's society is far from perfect. Gerhard Haderer had even faced the court for one of his books, The Life of Jesus. It triggered violent reactions in the country, especially from the Catholic Church. The story culminated in 2005 when Haderer was convicted in Greece for insulting the religious community and received a suspended sentence of six months in absentia. A few months later, however, this verdict was corrected in the appeal, and Gerhard Haderer was acquitted, writes boredpanda.

The artist has developed realistic style when working as a graphic designer and illustrator for advertisers at the beginning of his career. In 1985 Gerhard abandoned his commercial dreams and became a satirical cartoonist and illustrator. See below the images made by Gerhard. .

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