The human ear is an amazing organ that allows us to hear and process the sounds around us. But what if we could see our ears in a different light?

This unique piece of art depicts a human ear with a wooden barrier blocking its entrance. The barrier serves two purposes – to prevent unwanted sounds from entering and to keep monsters from escaping from the mind. So it could be a very useful device. The combination of these two elements creates an intriguing and unsettling image that captures the imagination. This digital artwork is drawn in Procreate, using a combination of red and black which adds an element of darkness and intrigue to the artwork.

This piece of art prompts us to consider the idea that there may be more than just sound that we are blocking out with our barriers. It begs the question, what other things are we protecting ourselves and others from, and what may happen if those barriers were to break down?

The monster emerging from the ear adds an extra layer of intrigue to the piece. It’s almost as if the barrier has been breached, and the monster has found a way out. Is the monster a metaphor for something we’re afraid of or something we’re suppressing?

In conclusion, “Surreal Ear Art – No Hear” is a thought-provoking and visually striking piece of art. It’s a testament to the power of creativity and the boundless potential of the human imagination. Whether you’re a lover of surreal art or just appreciate the strange and unusual, this piece is sure to leave an impression.

Art prints:

If you’re a fan of the Surreal Ear Art – No Hear, you’ll be happy to know that you can purchase art prints of this unique piece for your home or office. These prints are available for purchase at my Redbubble online store.

When you purchase a print or product featuring the Surreal Ear Art – No Hear, you’re not just getting a beautiful piece of art – you’re also supporting an independent artist. Your purchase helps me continue creating new and unique pieces that challenge the boundaries of traditional art.

Thank you for taking the time to read this post! See more weird and macabre art here.

Published by borianag

I’m an artist, pharmacist, mother, geek, weirdo. Some of my designs are quirky and fun, some of them – creepy and dark, others – plain geeky.

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