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Score
3.41 / 5.00

Date
04/15/2011
Category
Illustration
File Info
700 x 976 px
JPG
265.2 kb
Tags
weird
surreal
freak
bizarre

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Author Comments

The Brain Wash - Dimitri Kozma's Painting
The Brain Wash is a new surreal painting created using both traditional and digital techniques. It's a tribute to television, always feeding our brains with culture and relevant information with high quality. Enjoy.

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UnrealBeatsUnrealBeats

Rated 5 / 5 stars Jan 15, 2013

Simple, yet the message is clear like crystal. Looking at what television calls educational or "reality" or even "good" nowadays and what it does to the mentality of the people, especially the younger ones, your title couldn't be any more fitting. I like the reference to the image of that neverending cycle, because in a sense, that shitty television you picture, affects this mostly young generation's personalities which they pass on to their children and in fact also is a neverending circle until this generation comes to realize that. Something to think about ...

P.S.: You've gotten me all philisophical on this one ;)



deadwalkingfantasydeadwalkingfantasy

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars Apr 16, 2011

wtf

its good but sereusly cinda creepy :S



joni-kjoni-k

Rated 5 / 5 stars Apr 15, 2011

cool stuff

like the way the dude is chilled but also unhealthy something like a drug addict



ParayungstaParayungsta

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Apr 15, 2011

Like the doo ... doo

Good imagery again. I like the subtle features and the overall in-your-face message.


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