Diet of A Little Death
10" x 8" matte print of artist Caroline Bell's original drawing Diet of A Little Death. The original drawing was made using water color pencils and colored pencils on water color paper. Diet of A Little Death is a part of Bell's cannibalism as a metaphor for obsessive relationships.
Image/Print Description: An illustrated scene of a two lovers laying together. The figure on the right is devouring the figure on the left's heart entirely as a metaphor for wanting to consume someone's love whole. The reclining figure on the left is resting gently and is at peace while their lover consumes their heart and body entirely.