All Things Bold and Blasphemous

Tom Flynn

Happy International Blasphemy Rights Day (IBRD)!

Secular humanists and other free-speech stalwarts celebrate IBRD each September 30. For more on the observance, see my Introduction to this issue’s cov er feature, “Art, Blasphemy, and Humanism". That feature presents the work of two freethinking—and gleefully blasphemous—artists. Another such artist’s work adorns this issue’s cover. Adam LaMonica used mixed media and PhotoShop to create a series of secular, even blasphemous, images designed and composed within the forms of Greek Orthodox iconography. He calls the series “Unlikely Icons."

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