Drawings of blood on paper from the artist Robert Sherer (35 photos)
In the town Kenesou, Georgia opened an unusual exhibition, which presented his works the artist Robert Sherer. The uniqueness of this exposure is that all the pictures are made using human blood such as HIV - positive and HIV - negative. The author said that he used the blood of different groups, as well as the positive and negative rhesus factor.
Robert said he did not expect to become activist AIDS, but a few years ago while working in his studio, he accidentally cut his leg with a knife, opened the bleeding blood-stained canvas. Looking at the drop of blood that appeared on white paper, Robert visited the idea of creating a series of works written in blood. The idea helped him develop friends who suggested that this exposure can be devoted to the fight against the plague of the twenty-first century - AIDS.