The artwork recreates the image of the cross and juxtaposes both the victim and the abuser. A threatening-looking adult (a priest, a soldier, a nuclear engineer, etc.) takes the shape of a cross and the victim is the child crucified on his back. The controversial choice of the cross was intended to depict both the pain carried by the victims and the factors affecting their childhood. The word Los Intocables refers to those who must be protected (the children) and those who remain unprosecuted (the abusers). Los Intocables won the 2014 Epica Award (Silver) in the Public Interest category.