What an amazing set! Any information on the last pic? See you.
I think it might be Sue Coe? If not the artist is at least following her style. I pulled these out of a folder of artworks I've wanted to post on here for awhile but have lost or had difficulty finding source information.
Might be Sue Coe indeed, thanks.
Hi Aeron, I sent you a link to that picture of the cow with a human head last year, I found it in one of those Hare Krishna books. I pick up these books when I see them because they have amazing lurid pictures, sometimes of demons etc. The artists are not credited.This one has the caption "By the inexorable law of karma, one who eats meat - and thus conspires in the barbaric practice of cow slaughter - must be killed in turn in a future life"Paul Rumsey.
The first one is really funny. 'Hausdrache' means a bossy wife in german ('the house dragon', literally) and the caption reads something like 'punishment for bad wives'. Eh, Eh. The last one is really good.
Hmm.. last pic is often used in ISKCON works and literature, but not sure if it originates with one of their house artists. It depicts the cycle of abuser and abused as delineated in the Bhagavad Gita (The killer of cows becomes a cow themselves - transmigration of souls and all that)
La Calavera is by Manuel Manilla.Paul Rumsey.
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