I Show The Contrast Between The Two Worlds That We Currently Live In By Combining Photos (30 New Pics)

Hello, I’m Uğur and I live in Istanbul, Turkey. I’m trying to show the important issues the world is facing, such as social injustice and war, by putting two pictures side-by-side within a single frame. By doing this, I want to demonstrate the contrasts between the two different worlds we live in.

I started my first parallel universe work on a news story. I started to see fear and despair in the eyes of refugee children trying to go to Europe. I think we don’t know anything about war, famine, etc. Today, you may be peaceful, but as long as these problems continue, you will be exposed to these problems.  As an artist, I believe that art is the master of all languages. For long, art has been used to create awareness that helps in awakening the communities.

I wanted to show the difference between developed and underdeveloped countries. The message I want to convey through my work is versatile. Developed countries live in luxury, peace and waste, but I would like to remind them that people in the underdeveloped countries live in pain, hunger and war. I also wanted to remind the underdeveloped countries that they could find a better government and education and they can be as strong and peaceful as the developed countries. I want to show the problems of the modern world, greed, injustice.

I use the visuals of photojournalists who work under extreme conditions from all over the world. I previously shared my work on Bored Panda and I am continuing my work with intense support from around the world. I want to present my new pieces.

#1 Afghanistan

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Afghan child works at a coal yard in Jalalabad. Photo: Noorullah Shirzada

#2 Yemen

Child marriage is common in many countries of the world. Not only in backward countries but also in developed countries. Sample: U.S. Photo: Stephanie Sinclair

#3 Focus

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#4 Syria

It is ridiculous to expect a future full of peace and love from generations that have never lived. Photo: Yasin Akgül

#5 Syria

Photo: Nazeer Al-Khatib

#6 Libya

Photo: Chris Hondros

#7 Syria

Photo: Ammar Sulaiman

#8 Iraq

American soldiers torturing prisoners of war at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.

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#9 Iraq

Photo: Odd Andersen

#10 Iraq

Photo: Sean Smith

#11 Afghanistan

Najiba holds her nephew Shabir (2), who was injured in a bomb blast that killed his sister, in Kabul, Afghanistan, in March 2016. The bomb exploded in a relatively peaceful part of Kabul while Shabir’s mother was walking the children to school. Photo: Paula Bronstein

#12 Iraq

American soldiers torturing prisoners of war at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq.

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#14 Syria

Photo: Bülent Kılıç

#15 Chad

Photo: Marco Gualazzini

#16 Israel

(R) Girls writing messages on bombs in an artillery unit during the 2006 Israeli-Lebanese war. (L) A girl who has to flee her country because of the war is drawing graffiti on the wall in a refugee camp in Greece.

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#17 Atomic Bomb

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#18 Iraq

Seeds giving flowers. Photo: Khalid Mohammed

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#19 Venezuela

During the government protest in Venezuela, the protesters were tried to destroy a police motorcycle and the gas tank exploded. He survived the incident with first- and second-degree burns. Photo: Ronaldo Schemidt

#20 Sudan-Darfur

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#21 Afghanistan

Anti-aircraft bullets in Afghan civil war. Photo: Patrick Robert

#22 Everywhere

Luxury consumption on the one hand, and poverty on the other. Rohingya refugees. Photo: Allison Joyce

#23 Syria

Syrian men carrying babies make their way through the rubble of destroyed buildings following a reported air strike on the northern part of Aleppo.

#24 Afghanistan

An Afghan woman sits next to a wounded child after receiving treatment at Indira Gandhi Children’s Hospital after a powerful truck bomb attack in Kabul on January 15, 2019.

#25 Yemen

In October 2018, the United Nations warned that 13 million people face starvation in what could be “the worst famine in the world in 100 years”. In November 2018, according to the New York Times report, 1.8 million children in Yemen are extremely subject to malnutrition.

#26 Israel

Photo: David Guttenfelder

#27 South Sudan

Child soldier. Photo: Andreea Campeanu

#28 Ukraine

Photo: Valentyn Ogirenko

#29 Yemen

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#30 Syria

Photo: Khaled Khatib

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