A fresh new angle to Edvard Munch's famed artwork, The Scream.
The process in making this work of art is innovative and deserves the plaudits it gets.
- The eeriness really sits well with the theme of the actual painting
- The theme intended by Munch, anxiety and apprehension while going about our daily life, is well brought out in this picture
- The texture of the face is very consistent with similar artworks of a macabre nature, which succeed in impacting the onlooker with the actual feeling the artist has when making it
- The blurriness and the scarring around the eyes and cheeks are masterstrokes by the artist that makes the art more - for the want of a better word - real
- The mouth's irregularity rounds off the whole thing, adding a finesse which is understated, yet impactful
- The choice of greys/blacks/whites is appreciated, I am imagining that the artwork wouldn't have been that impactful in normal or realistic color
- The texture of the fingers and the palm doesn't seem to be consistent with that of the whole artwork - eyes, face, cheek and all. If that was intended, my bad
Observations and thoughts:
- This is an artwork where Shroud of Turin meets The Scream
- A psychedelic take on this artwork would be swell