Decay of Man

 Posted by on October 20, 2012  Add comments
Oct 202012
 
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We will start with a disclaimer here before we go any further; no alcohol or drugs were abused or used during the creation of this image. Well I am pretty sure 🙂
It is a disturbing image for some, in fact someone recently seen it & commented that it was a little too Demonic for them, that is fair enough. There was no intent on my creating that any Demonic influence was included. It is my adaptation of the Decay of Man.
I was going to try & explain the image but I have decided not too, you can do that yourself. I have given you the title now you do the rest, how much do you see in this image, are you really looking at it. You will not see it through my eyes, as I am the only one that can do that. Please ask me questions I will be happy to answer them IF I can.

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  5 Responses to “Decay of Man”

  1. You warned me Scott that this was coming. Still gives me the creeps. i suspect that is what it does to you too.

  2. What scares me is that I created this, from where I do not know but I did it all the same?

  3. Interesting that I dont find it particularly demonic.
    For me it sends a message that mankind, like all species who have inhabited this world, is temporary. That is something that I dont find any more scary than the fact that
    we, as individuals, will die one day.
    I find the stated concern that we are “destroying the earth” by burning fossel fuels etc an arrogant view point. The earth is much tougher than that. We wont destroy it at all. We might however change it so that we cant survive here – The decay of man will result…

  4. Scott, for me, this is one of the best images you’ve done with photomontage so far. I’m going to sit with it for a while though, before I ask about it, to give it time to tell me its story. They usually need to dig themselves down through the layers of everyday before the truth bubbles its way to the surface.

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