mate I'm giving you a 10 because it's MEANINGFULL art, the man behind moxnews might not be the smartest or richest individual I know, but he's good at what he does
And that's following all news all day and showing us how media is lying to us and showing us the actual important news out there.
My message to everyone is go on his channel and at least watch his highlighted video's! There's so much to be learned from some of them.
Despite the fact that all of the TVs glow blue despite the color of what's actually on the screen, I really liked this picture. The shading sets the mood pretty well and I especially like the low contrast at the bottom of the screen, which makes the entire scene look boring, drab, depressing, etc. It adds to the hopeless nature of the picture and the man's face. But I didn't like how straight, smooth, and well-kept the man's hair was compared to how much his beard grows out. It really doesn't fit.
Also, I've noticed the way you seem to phrase things, or the way you portray them really seems to set me off... Even if I agree with what you're trying to say. Your surrealist style is visually profane and makes things stick out in your face almost as if it's a sensationalist piece of art, and I'm sure that's something you're opposed to! Rarely have I seen you make something that makes me think in such a way that I really stop and think about it. Mostly I see messages shown in such a grotesque way that I see the message, but I don't listen.
Fell in love...
Seriously... Idk why but It's a beautiful piece of art.
I love how you used color to create the focal points, as well as doing some commentary with it.
The poster, I believe, is a Hindu (?) god, Ganesh, whose head is that of an elephant but whose body is that of a young man. I'm not sure what he symbolizes anymore, but I remember my freshman roommate in college loved him.
Great work, great detail.
lots of detail and stuff.
1 thing what the fuck is that poster?