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From the Inktober prompt ‘Juicy’, I decided to do a 2019 ‘reboot’ of my Apples illustration from my 2017 'Fruits of Our Culture’ series, which explored the symbolism surrounding different fruits.
It was golden apples which were cultivated by the Norse goddess Iðunn, and a golden apple offered by Paris to the most beautiful goddess - Aphrodite - which trigged the Trojan War. In western depictions of the garden of Eden, it was the red apple which the serpent used to tempt Eve, and Disney’s Snow White too fell to its charms. Perhaps apples connote a risky temptation, whether the “warm apple pie” Jim Levestein made love to in the emblematic ‘American Pie’, or in the “apple bottom jeans” that drove Flo Rida so crazy in 2007’s ‘Get Low’. Somewhat risky too was the apple-shooting of William Tell.
Her tattoos are of some Apple-associated men; Steve Jobs, Isaac Newton, and Johnny Appleseed, plus the Adams Apple’s of all men. There’s also a mention of New York, the biggest apple of them all.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.