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Ispita

This poster (Temptation) is the result of a personal meditation on the primordial temptation of Eve, who was persuaded by the devil to bite the forbidden fruit. I set out to present the direct visual dialogue that took place between the two characters. The viewer is put in the place of Eve in order to imagine to some extent the state the woman was in at that moment.

The story of Eve being tempted by the devil in the Garden of Eden is a powerful reminder of the frailty of human nature and the dangers of temptation. In this pivotal moment, the devil seeks to persuade Eve not to eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, tempting her with the promise of enlightenment and power.

But in her desire for knowledge and understanding, Eve succumbs to the devil's temptation and eats from the tree, unleashing a chain of events that would change the course of human history forever. The story is a cautionary tale about the dangers of temptation and the importance of staying true to one's beliefs and values, even in the face of overwhelming temptation.

At its core, the story of Eve and the devil is a reminder that we are all vulnerable to temptation, and that we must be vigilant in guarding against the forces that seek to lead us astray. It is a call to resist the temptations of the world and to stay true to our faith, even when it is difficult or unpopular to do so.

Ultimately, the story of Eve and the devil is a timeless tale that speaks to the human condition, reminding us of our capacity for both good and evil, and the importance of making the right choices in life.

DESIGN FOR SALE!

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