Pill of Love


Pill of Love – Tullio – 2015
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4 responses to “Pill of Love

  1. heather hoffman

    love is just like a pill, can make you feel almost anything in the world, most people sugar coat it as to make everything seem so beautiful in love, but only some see the darker side of it.
    like the picture shows love can be colorful with a dark background and that’s how I see love. love is a good thing that can bring you many bad things or its built on bad things.
    the picture is a great way to show how pills can be love too, almost anything can be love.

  2. Joe Beddall

    This picture caught my eye in the sense that when you put all the pieces together, love can be a “very colorful picture”. The colorful dots seem to represent different aspects of feelings while the middle of the picture represents those certain aspects put together to form a whole, something meaningful. Meanwhile all the dark spots can signify all the hardships and troubles that come with trying to put the beautiful aspects of love together.

  3. Feliberto

    This picture caught my attention because the name of the picture is called PILL OF LOVE. I am the type of person that loves to share my love with people and anything in life I feel like we as humans should love the people that love us the most and also our environment. The color of this work of art reminds me that love can be colorful and filled with joy. It’s a big pill fill with love and all the dots around it are the people trying to get a piece of love.

  4. Christy

    I love the titles you give to your wonderfully creative art! This reminds me of Romeo and Juliet when Romeo first meets Juliet. He is high on his love for Juliet and everything else in his life does not matter. She is the center of his universe. The colors in this are brilliant and I would love to see the original!

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