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the King of the World
Airbrush acrylic on canvas
About the Artwork
References and inspiration
The King of the World would be, according to some traditions of Central Asia, the sovereign or the primordial and universal legislator of the mythical city of Agarthi (“the inaccessible”), the underground kingdom hidden in the eyes of the Men and populated by semidivine beings (the arhat , “the enlightens”), who would have taken up underground to preserve their powers and knowledge from barbarism.
The place where the Agerti resides is both spiritual (as it is above and outside the existence) and physical.
This sect of better holds the fate of the world and controls and prevents the damage that men-child men, unaware and unaware, as occult and invisible protectors.
The king of the world , Semiuman or semi -resistant, is the point of union between the underground city of Agarthi and the land occupied by men, with eyes addressed to the sky, towards the universe of which he holds the laws through the Dodecaedro .
Everything revolves around nature, represented by the lawn of grass and the sky.
Even if with reassuring colors, the not entirely human aspect imposes strong sensations: the king of the world is a negative character, which imprisons souls, that is, freedom, that is, free will, of humanity that influence.
The acrylic and airbrush on canvas is the favorite technique by Giampiero Abate, which allows it to reach almost hyper -realistic details in subjects who, in their nature, are not.
Humanoids with physically status of ancient Greece or Rome, but in metaphysical environments and usually with eyes without iris; This particular element in particular creates the interpretative confusion of the observer who cannot catalog in his mind if it is realism or imagination.
Also at the limits of the Ultrareal
Designed with 3D software such as Daz3d , the render is then created and transferred to the canvas, to be painted and completed.
Animation of Augmented Reality , visible soon on this site, also created this painting.
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