An art print from Nigel Sade. This is a original concept print called Look At What You Made Me Do.
This piece is about Abuse. The difference between assault and abuse is the abuser cares for you. They cannot stand by and allow you to hurt yourself or them … so they make you stop ... this is how they fail to show love. He is a small man, his chest is a screaming face to show the internalized rage, and the hole in his head shows the mindless nature of the acts he performs. His legs form a point showing the precarious stance he has in his rationale. He hangs his head in shame because this is not a point of pride this is in fact a point of shame! The Silhouettes are all the people who object to what is happening but will not be bothered to help.
This print is a hand-signed, beautifully vibrant archival quality print. It is a 12x18" standard frame size, easily frameable with frames from Amazon, Michael's Craft store, etc!
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