The project La Puta de Babilonia (The Whore of Babylon) takes its name from a biblical character from the Book of Revelations that represents the evil and lust inherently present in people. This character appears as one of the signs of the Apocalypse, being the one who corrupts the kings of men through desire. A total of 148 pieces, which constitute the entire collection, were sculpted to create a visual deployment of this biblical character. Some pieces depict a swine and a frog having sexual intercourse in different positions, various pigs in erotic positions, and a central piece, representing the Whore of Babylon (the swine) over the seven-headed beast. The total installation of the forms illustrates an almost pornographic landscape of animals with very funny anthropomorphic features.