“Blow Job” are the magnificent Marijuana Smoke paintings by a Brazilian artist

An artist from Brazil named Fernando de La Rocque came out with a brand new “controversial piece of artwork.” Controversy lies in his technique as well as caption of the work. For the technique part- Fernando creates paintings related to religion and politics, that too by blowing smoke of “Cannabis” on a piece of paper. Yes, you read it right, blowing smoke of Cannabis. And for the Caption part- name of his artwork is “Blow Job” or Trabalho de Sopro. Isn’t that pouring creativity from everything he does: the art, the technique and even the name?

Fernando puffs out smoke on stencils that are shaped as political or religious figures, to make the paintings. As you can well imagine how creative this man is, well, in his words: More important than freedom to smoke marijuana is the freedom to think about it and make art with it. Polemic issues divide opinions, forcing people to think and debate.

 

 

Via: LostAtEMinor/ FernandoDeLaRocque

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