Animal Farm is a timeless allegorical novel written by George Orwell, originally published in 1945. While the story is set on a farm and parodies the events of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the early Soviet regime, its meaning and relevance continue to resonate in the present day. Animal Farm reminds us that freedom and equality are precious and require constant vigilance and engagement to preserve. The book is a timeless reminder of the dangers of power without responsibility and the vulnerability of ideals in the grip of corruption. Therefore, it will continue to serve as a powerful warning and inspiration for generations of readers, both in the past and the future.


Animalism is the political ideology adopted by the animals after rebelling against human oppression. It promotes equality among all animals, rejects human ownership, and advocates working for the common good. However, the pigs in power corrupt the ideals of Animalism, revealing the dangers of centralized authority and the potential for abuse. It serves as a metaphor for political movements and the complexities of maintaining equality in society. It serves as a representation of socialism and communism, particularly inspired by the ideas of Karl Marx and the concept of a classless society.

NAME: Animalism
DATE: July, 2023

Format: A1 (594 x 840 mm)
Paper: Giclée Fine Art
Weight: 230g/m²
Printing Technique: Digital

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 70 × 10 × 10 cm