This work is a collage done over a vintage typewriting manual, which evokes the destruction and horror of warfare and its absurdity as a megalomaniac compulsion of gluttony in humankind. Dairy and flowers represent women, as the mother is the producer of milk; patriarchal society uses derogatory terms such as "women are as delicate as a flower", the flower is the conductive thread in these series. "Pretty" elements are juxtaposed with raw images of struggle. I used Colombian magazines from the 50's 60's and 70's that I collected in a flea market in Bogotá this summer while visiting; to re write its stories and re interpret its images, as well as few U.S magazines, where I found naked women and ads selling TVs. These worked perfectly as natural contrasts of the bourgeousie dreams and the reality for the majority of the world. I spent over a week doing each one, as I placed the cut outs and re studied them over and over to find the best composition visually and conceptually incorporating the typographic elements organically but choosing carefully which pages of the typewriting manual graphically suited best each image.