|You can purchase this William Blake’s “Satan Smiting Job with Sore Boils c. 1826 for $150|
Dr Marten in partnership with Britain, used two arts of British artist William Blake's most famous and provocative paintings which are Satan smiting job with sore boils and the house of death and then turned them into wearable art in his classic Dr Marten boots.You can view the while collection here.
In as much as this art was beautifully drawn and conveys a deep biblical message, it's Satan we talking about here guys and i can't be associated with him cause he is evil asides that, it looks really scary and to crown it all, i am African and we fear a lot😨. lol
It's beautiful to see thoughts conveyed through art but when the art involves extraterrestrial beings or supernatural beings, please count me out.......like seriously who finds demon inspired arts cute? dealing with the aftermath is crazy such as nightmares and all😱.....arrghh i am not done watching horror movies, i will then have to wear a constant reminder of how Satan is, hell to the no baby i will pass on that no matter how beautiful that footwear might look.
|William Blake’s “Satan Smiting Job with Sore Boils c. 1826|
|You can purchase this “The House of Death c. 1795” and retails for $130|
|“The House of Death c. 1795”|
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