Ludwik Zamenhof believed that the world’s wars were caused by the misunderstandings created by language barriers, and believed that if only one language could unite all peoples, world peace would come. This illustration about Zamenhof, the inventor of Esperanto, presents him as a stranger who sought to create an impossible world.
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Produced as Part of thesis "Strangers" at OCAD U and Exhibited at TOAF
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- Acrylic and Oil Paint
- 9" x 12"
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