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5.00 / 5.00

Date
02/15/2014
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Other
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966 x 966 px
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411.2 kb
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famine
tbh
heartgrinder
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The Boundless Heart - Consume The Consumer (Famine)

The dissembling nature of love and loyalty. The Boundless Heart, now with revelation and desperate hunger, consumes what once kept it in motion. Eat the insatiable eater of dream and affection. To believe that this inamorata would feed that which was cast out and left to drift. Cold, dead and covetous.

Feed on desire. Permission is not needed for what was promised and denied.

Feed on the ravenous and prehensile creature. It deserves what it gets. Even if it's the last and only significant thing it knows before its purpose is fulfilled. Sustenance for the unequivocal superior of the two.

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PhonometrologistPhonometrologist

Rated 5 / 5 stars Apr 17, 2014

For the sake of others and where it should be, I’ll give my proper review of this to how I interpret it. Perhaps you can offer your own insights that I may have missed.
I went over your different heart pieces at the time, and I ended up picking this one, because as I began thinking of ideas, this one just kept coming to mind. The more I sat with it, the more it started to make sense to me along with the message behind it. Upon first glance, the lines that suggest motion stood out. I then sought to look around the black spot to get a better look of the detail in the heart, but I was missing the point. I realize what was intended and that was to portray that hole within the hearts of man. The coveting, hunger, and desperation takes hold as when one pursues to fill that void meanwhile finding it to be insatiable. I find it to be very accurate, and I can say that by personal experience of my coming to that revelation.
Your art—just as in anything worth meaning, one shouldn’t just dismiss it if it doesn’t become clear at first. To seek something honestly and patiently, wisdom will cohere.


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