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These shocking photo montages denounce the revolting contrasts of our world

Even if we would all ideally like to live in a world in peace, the reality is unfortunately quite different. And while we are relatively safe in the majority of Western countries, this is not the case for all the countries of the world and certain populations whose daily lives rhyme with misery and war.

Today, we are going to talk to you about a creative adept of Photo montage who has particularly touched us with his creations. Native TurkeyUğur, better known as the pseudonym "Ugurgallen" sure Instagram realize great photomontages which highlight the contrasts revolting of our world.

Positive photomontages that remind us of unequal opportunities on Earth 😞

In a concrete way,Uğur denounces these inequality by creating photomontages that highlight two distinct worlds: that of people who have the chance to know security and comfort against those who live at the expense of bombs.

So, in the world ofUğur, we can see for example a photomontage that transforms a girl disguised as Wonder Woman in a young child in a hospital, wounded by the destruction of a building. Montages contrast striking that we propose to discover below, and that remind us that unfortunately, not everyone lives under the same star. We also invite you to visit Uğur's Instagram Profile to discover all his words.

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Credits : Ugurgallen

Imagined by: Uğur aliasUgurgallen

Video: Dada and Surrealism: Europe After the Rain documentary 1978 (November 2019).

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