Feed on the Young

If anyone causes one of these little ones–those who believe in me–to stumble, it would be better for them to have a large millstone hung around their neck and to be drowned in the depths of the sea.

Matthew 18:6

Do you remember as little kids how you depended on the grown ups closest to you for love and protection. Well sadly there are grown ups today that take advantage of the little ones innocence and fragility, and maliciously exploit them, some for profit (like terrorists and traffickers) and some for sport (e.g. Sex offenders). And as sad as it may sound the little ones who do not live to see another day as result are actually the lucky ones; those that survive are left with physical and emotional scars that will follow them through their years and in worst case scenario they may become vicious monsters themselves. That is why vicious crimes against children are taken very seriously and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Even God gets furious at the sight of innocent children being mistreated that he gives no rest to the offenders to the end of life and beyond. (I had heard that in prison even the most violent of convicts don’t take kindly to child molesters).  I would imagine the scene like the bad guy feeding the helpless little child to a hungry snake, which was what I got here.  I decided to keep it simple in a Haring-esque fashion because it’s no way a pretty image to work it in elaborate detail.  Hell I got even worse picture than this…

Published by theartistaslisalee

Lisa Lee is an artist and writer based in Southern California. She was educated at Cal State University Long Beach where she received her BFA in Illustration, and originally focused her career goal in animation and/or comic books. After eight years freelancing on various projects from web graphics to concept art she now devotes full time to painting and drawing as well as writing and producing graphic novels. She combines her past experiences in animation and graphic art with the elements of modern masters such as Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Keith Haring. Much of her style revolves around Expressionism and Pop Art, and she treats each piece independently of one another; in short, she uses different styles and techniques for different subject matters. Her interests spans a wide array, from social and political issues, popular culture, movies, history, mythology, and her own personal experiences. She tends to shift back and forth between the light and the dark side; her work will often reflect her mood. When not associating herself with art Lisa enjoys movies, listening to music, driving around aimlessly, and occasionally dabbles on weird hobbies such as cooking, jewelrymaking, and picking weeds.

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