Fine Art Metaphor: Killer microwaves and tv-heads are all just fine art metaphor in Topher’s “Nuclearheads” series. The Nuclearheads live deep in the hills, far from the cities, and next to the leprosy colonies as art metaphor. Nuclearheads are art metaphor for modern-day outcasts. Their necks fused with televisions set and their trigger fingers make them art metaphor. They’re art metaphor for what everyone is becoming and soon everyone will be art metaphor living in the secret wastelands of society. Like these pictures of art metaphor, people are developing into square-eyed wife-beating Nuclearheads.
Ridicule via Art Metaphor
The Nuclearheads and other works in Topher J. Knoll’s Paleolithic Age are a rampage of dark, rude, and frightening visuals and art metaphor. Though funny, the comparison and art metaphor is serious. This fine art and art metaphor is not amusing because it critiques facts that aren’t fun. Everything wrong in the world is presented in the art metaphor of a Nuclearhead. Every stroke of chiaroscuro is art metaphor for some evil in the world. Nuclearheads are so morbid because they reflect the grotesques aspects of the planet and the people that live on it via art metaphor.
Construction of the Fine Art
Since Nuclearheads can be assemblages of many different things they are naturally made of many different materials. Nuclearheads can be art metaphor in the form of a drawing or can be art metaphor in the form of a smorgasbord of many different materials. Some materials are so absurd as bubble wrap. Nuclearheads have taken various forms of art metaphor: drawings, paintings, and collages. Nuclearheads are vast and vulgar fusions and compilations of art metaphor.