The wolf does not don sheep’s clothing, rather, he wears the dignified and tailored suit associated with the educated and the elite. Locally, a corrupt public servant is often called a crocodile. And we understand how the animal’s voracious appetite and natural fierceness befits this figure of speech. Unnatural Civility stylishly extends this logic to recreate a beautiful world, one whose visually pleasing irony is apropos to the times.

curated by Ricky Francisco