Untitled by Marcel Dzama
A satirical comment on the vices that lure humans to sin. This picture depicts the hidden yet secret instincts of humans that they were not able to get rid of when they evolved into the civilized Homo sapiens they are today from their animal genus at the beginning of time.
A famous cliché “what you are inside will always show no matter how hard you cover it” is the true and right text representation of this scene. Carnal desires and instincts will always manifests especially when the individual is upset or corrupted by environment and cohorts.
Humans though even how highly civilized are not always the refined one inside. They may hide secret personalities camouflaged by the sophistication outwardly shown. They may give away the roughness of character they possess by the tone of their voice when they speak or by the heat sensed in their eyes when they look.