One of the greatest names in boxing, M. Ali, the morning of the day he became the world champion
He said the following words. “A rooster crows only when it sees light. I saw the light and I sing. "
The rooster in the picture is referring to this phrase, and Pinko to the famous Esquire cover (April 1968).
That cover became a symbol of non-violent protest in turbulent years.
The conviction of Ali, who was prevented from boxing for not participating in the Vietnam war,
It was abolished by the US Supreme Court 3 years later. Their titles were returned.
The painting also refers to Saint Sebastion, who was tortured to death.
But the point is: there is no war on the Pinka planet. There is no violence. It will never be guilty or punished.
We can take this as an example for a better world. A little bit of art exists for this.