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    Posted on Apr 22, 2017

    17 Striking Illustrations Depicting The Situation In Venezuela

    Raising the people's voice through art.

    In the last few days, thousands of Venezuelans have taken to the streets demanding that the government carry out elections and stop the violence. For more than a year, the country has suffered a through a shortage of food and medicine, increasing lack of public safety, and inflation.

    In wake of the demonstrations, Venezuelan graphic artists have join the protest rejecting repression and calling for change in the country.

    1. Marco Ramos Celis.

    2. Ramón Nuñez.

    La represión es la manera más efectiva de demostrar debilidad

    3. Leonardo González.

    4. Alexander Almarza

    5. Anhell Alvarez.

    6. Marcos Paredes.

    7. Victor Martinez.

    8. MiL.

    Heroica mujer en Venezuela... Caricatura publicada en @ELTIEMPO @OpinionET #Venezuela #venezuelalibre

    9. Ro.

    Carlos Jose Moreno, de 19 años, resultó herido este miércoles, tras recibir un impacto de bala en la cabeza, en San… https://t.co/1KH7Kv2gJR

    10. Fernando Pinilla.

    #caricatura El show de Nicolás debe continuar..

    11. Roberto Weil.

    ABRIL 19, 2017 #VENEZUELA unida en democracia para sacar a la narco #tiranía traidora #WEILcaricatura… https://t.co/PmDwakrdoG

    12. Mao Orsini.

    13. Marcos Ramos Celis.

    14. Marcos Paredes.

    15. Moira Olivar.

    Mi caricatura dedicada a #venezuela #venezuelalucha . Para los que estamos la mente y corazón allá. Publicada hoy e… https://t.co/AdstZP4uJW

    16. Leonardo González.

    #19deAbril #MaduroCobarde #AlGuaireLoQueEsDelGuaire

    17. And this powerful message from Pedro Lollett as a criticism of the Venezuelan media's silence.

    This post was translated from Spanish.

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