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Urban Digital Art - Human Trash by Gun Legler

Human Trash is a piece of digital artwork by Gun Legler which was uploaded on April 29th, 2012.

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Thank you for the feature in Welcome to Madness!

Thank you for the feature in Art Heals!

Thank you for the feature in Urban Images!

Thank you Vitaliy for the feature in The European Artists 2013!

Thanks Sharon, glad it does!

sometimes we need reminders to count our blessings. your art reminds me continuously.

Thank you so much Andew. Yes, so it is, we never know.

Gun. This is a stunning piece of art and your description is so true tomorrow it could be me or you. v/f

I agree and truely appreciate your words!

It is truly a sad commentary on our very 'humanity', (and I use that term loosely). We have been a throw-away world, have been since the beginning. We throw away unborn children, throwing away grown people, well, at least they can fend for themselves, and yes, there but for the grace of "God", however you conceive He, She, or Them to be, go I. An image with a deep impact that should touch our hearts deeply. It does mine too.

Homeless Shelter is in the gallery 'Urban"

Many thanks Chris!

Thank you very much Susan!

very powerful-added to my favorites

This is pure genius! v/f

Lianne, thank you very much!

Thanks for your kind words Annemeet!

What an amazing and poignant work of art, Gun - so moving. Brilliant. F/V

Your empathy does you a lot of credit, Gun! The image is haunting and beautiful at the same time! F/V

Thanks for your words Joyce!

You are right Odd, Thanks!

This is a very powerful piece. Such outstanding work. I can both appreciate the art and have my heart touched at the same time. Thank you for creating this.

This is so evocative... almost an abstraction... and don't too many of us see homelessness as something abstract? Excellent work, Gun.

Thank you Simona!

Powerful and thought provoking. I love the way you did this, first you see trash then the human figure...there is no better way to have an image stick to the minds of people! V/F

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