Demon of Greed

In the Gathas, the oldest texts of the Zoroastrian canon, the Daevas are 'wrong gods' or 'false gods' or 'gods that are rejected'. This meaning is subject to interpretation in the old Persian Daeva inscriptions of the 5th century BCE. The Daevas or Divs are noxious creatures that promote chaos and disorder.  In later tradition and folklore, the Divs are personifications of every imaginable evil. The root of the word literally means "godlike", but the use varies significantly depending on which god is being discussed.

This series is a narrative to an idea revolving the Div/Deava/Demon of Greed, representing the oil industry and its affects on everyday life of regular human beings. The cycle in which the Demons (corporate representatives) and the oil creatures (products) give birth to a new generation of infants whom being will be completely dependent to this industry and its greedy politics.