I'm not crazy about the book in the top right corner but the rest of it is fantastic. The faucet and duck are my favourite parts I think, especially how the pain spatterings appear as ripples left in the duck's wake. Overall a fine piece of work, wish I could muster half the creative juice that must have went into this. Cheers.
you most certainly didnt need the images down the bottom to aid in the bringing out of the concept, but they do aid any who may not pick up on the subtle
hatred for nature given through the ever so raw and brutal imagery you've laid over the wood up top. and the wooden texture itself, i think, is just brilliant.
i love how you've splattered paint on it, and made it look so hateful. as if the paint itself threw itself up onto the wood. the spray paint blotches i think weren't
so necessary, but then again, wood choppers did use red spray to mark trees to be cut, which i guess would be smart to incorporate onto this.
i also love the tree you had painted onto the wood on the right. as if man wishes to create his own 'nature' of a sort, and disregard the original. machinations
overiding the green of before so to speak. and with those steel/dirty greens painted so hastily to create greenery.. i love it.
waoh, thanks for the wonderful comment.... and i am glad you were able to pick up on the themes and subtlies.... and i agree there are some parts that could have been omitted or more subtle... but i suppose this is man made.... so ill leave the refine nuances to mother nature herself