A visual study of humanity’s constant perusal* of divinity from the Sky God to Kim K.  


an image or representation of a god used as an object of worship

Middle English: from Old French idole, from Latin idolum ‘image, form’ (used in ecclesiastical Latin in the sense ‘idol’), from Greek eidōlon, from eidos ‘form, shape’.


A small model of a human figure, typically one of a baby or girl, used as a child's

Oxford English Dictionary James Murray, 1884 [Oxford University Press]