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Imagine: If Children Had The Childhood They Deserved

Having created popular series of illustrations like “Holy Selfie,” “World Leader“, “Global Police” and “Just Leaders,” painter Gunduz Aghayev is back with a new work called “Imagine.”

This time, the illustrations are about children. The painter condemns those who want to make children part of their dirty play. Children are innocent and we have to give our all for their future. We have to try not to repeat our previous sins. Let’s make the world as perfect as children, for children.

Gunduz Aghayev altered iconic photos of children which shocked the world. He drew the little victims of tragedies in a way he would have liked to see.

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Vietnam War’s “Napalm Girl”

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Kevin Carter’s Pulitzer Prize-winning photo (1993)

Kevin Committed Suicide 3 Months After He Won the Pulitzer Prize for this Photograph of a Vulture Stalking a Starving Girl.

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Children in Vietnam

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Death of Aylan Kurdi (Syria)

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A Japanese boy standing at attention after having brought his dead younger brother to a cremation pyre, 1945

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Killed azerbaijani journalist Elmar Huseynov’s son

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Child brides Tehani (in pink) and Ghada in Afghanistan

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Rendered homeless by German bombs during the Blitz, a London boy points out his bedroom to friends in 1940

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Doctor Janusz Korczak with children

 

 

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Source – Gunduz Aghayev Facebook

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