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The talented and creative photographer Philippe Shangti shows what form the fight for animal rights can take.

Photographer Philippe Shangti's art speaks clearly: NO to killing animals!

Martina Šmalclová
09.Jul 2019
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The harsh message of Philippe Shangti

The creative work of this French artist from Toulouse is shocking, distinctive and most importantly, it carries a number of messages that aim to inform the public about problems of the present. The new series of photos by Philippe Shangti is called NO ANIMAL KILLER HERE. What he wants to express with it is more than obvious… There's simply no place here for animal killers!

Stop poaching and animal testing

The luxury photo NO ANIMAL KILLER HERE reflects the circumstances that animals all over the world have to face, and Philippe Shangti categorically scorns them. He takes a negative stance mainly towards poaching, animal testing, bullfighting, plundering the jungle and the fur industry.

"It's time for nature to regain its rights!" Philippe Shangti

Luxusní vila na prodej, Dolní Měcholupy - 616m
Luxusní vila na prodej, Dolní Měcholupy - 616m, Praha 10

When animals wear human skin

In one of his luxurious photos, Shangti reminds us that millions of animals are slaughtered every year due to fur trade in France. But how would it look like if the animals that are being massacred in large numbers wore human skin? That's one of the themes featured in Philipp Shangti's luxurious photograph. This man evidently knows no tabboos!

Trading roles

The controversial role exchange is also highlighted in the photographer's other shots. How would it look if it was the animals who poach, hanging up human trophies on the wall? How would the world react if, suddenly, the creature trapped in the arena wasn't a bull, but a human male? Such scenes are revealed in Shangti's raw photographs, which you can view in our gallery under this article.

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