The Apple II


Author Comments

The sequel to The Apple. This one has more work put into it, enjoy.


Evolution is what I see in this work art. Not just a simple drawing, or picture, but a profound document on one of the most transcendental periods in recorded human history. The apple has taken on a more complex, distorted shape. The apple is no longer sweet (denoted by the color red) but now sour (hence the greenish-yellow color) due to Adam and Even graduating from their nascent naivety and seeing the world for how f*cked up it really is. The leaf and fruit of the apple has gained a black border: the way of sin now makes us vulnerable to disease, war, pain, suffering, and mortality. The white background has been stained with a tint of red. Perhaps this is what happened to the red skin of the apple in the prequel of this piece, perhaps it is the pure blood that has been drained from life due to God's wrath after man eats the forbidden fruit (I guess God reallly likes apples. I kinda understand tbh). Yet the lighting on the apple represents hope, that there one day will be peace and restoration once again to this franked up universe. Great work.

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SuperUltraAusterity responds:

You've expertly deciphered the exact abstract meanings behind my piece of art.

Compared to the original apple, the level of improvement feels overwhelming! Surreal. A symbolic piece; artistic austerity. The colors. The form. The fresh green tint. What a change from the big Mac of old. Nice piece!


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SuperUltraAusterity responds:

I'm transcending into greatness at a rapid pace.

This artist has not been scouted yet.

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Jan 15, 2016
3:50 AM EST
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