Posters have been plastered on buildings and bus stops in Europe, displaying photographs of some very well-known girls who seem brutalized … in an effort to seize folks by the collar in order that they higher perceive home violence.
Artist AleXsandro Palombo has doctored photographs of Vice President Kamala Harris, together with British Dutchess Kate Middleton, Queen Letizia of Spain, French politician Christine Lagarde and others … making them look like D.V. victims in her collection, “She reported him, but she was killed anyway.”
The caption beneath the battered faces reads, “She reported him — But nobody believed her – But she was left alone — But she was not protected – But he was not arrested – But she was killed anyway.”
The posters have been seen in Milan and Spain, and presumably past.
The artist says his finish sport is to “draw attention to the poor responses from politics regarding the problem of gender-based violence and highlights the ineffectiveness of the support and protection system to the victims.”
He goes on … “Why ought to a lady report the violence if after the report she isn’t protected by the establishments and finally ends up being killed anyway? How can a lady sufferer of abuse and violence nonetheless have religion in the establishments?”