Connectome of Love

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Connectome of Love – Tullio – 2015
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3 responses to “Connectome of Love

  1. edjwena

    This is the first white background picture that I like I like the way the heart looks and the design surrounding it. Its well done.

  2. Cody Keppley

    I am really attracted to this piece, and a lot of your art with hearts in them. I really like how this stands out even though it being black and white it does not need any color to project what you are trying to say. I wonder how this would look with color or a black contrast background. connectome of love, everything has a connection to love. I like all the design connecting to the heart. The outside design is not just connecting at one point of the heart, but many parts. I find your art really has a “tapestry” feel. I have tapestry hung around my room, and this art is something I would love to hang around, light incense and do my yoga around. It brings out positive energy and that is something that isn’t really expressed anymore. I see looking at this how simple lines and dots can create such a meaningful expression and that is a very powerful thing to be able to do.

  3. Tim B

    I would like to see a lot more connections on this piece. It is my belief that every emotion is a form of love. Joy and sadness are the same love. When you are happy to see someone you feel the same love for them when you are sad to see them go. The same goes for hate, depression, lust, etc. If you hate something then you want to protect the ones you love from it, so the emotion of hate is still a form of love. Depression is sometimes called an absence of love, but I see it more as a desperate desire to have more love in that person’s life. Lust can be an extremely intense form of love that comes on rapidly and can abate just as fast. It can be both dangerous and exhilarating at the same time.

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