Bad grass never dies.
Proverbs sound always bad, to my ears, perhaps due to snobbery.
However, insisting on the metaphor, the resistant is always someone else’s bad grass and often this person is very powerful and little tolerant.
The above image is a small tribute to the strong people who resist and denounce all absolute powers.
Illustration characterized by a sort of computerized tomography.
An allegorical illustration alluding to mass surveillance practices ordered by governments in the era of digital interconnection.
The recommended image is open to simple psychoanalytic interpretation evoking the Freudian mind model between the hidden unconscious and the emerged conscious.