Eve and the Forbidden Fruit is a lenticular art print by Luz Perez-Ojeda blending photographic and digital art compositing techniques to create a classic double-image lenticular artwork, very much in a modern digital, NFT, style.
“In this artwork I wanted to illustrate an allegory of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. The Garden of Plenty; within its centre The Tree of Life and The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, Axis Mundi, that bridges Earth and Heaven.
“Eve decides to eat the forbidden fruit from The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil. In this art print this allegory is symbolised by a female and male’s mask floating in a heavenly sky, surrounded by trees, flowers, birds, and an apple.”
Each of these limited edition art prints is produced with UV inks on premium lenticular lenses, and professionally finished in a box frame with UV-filtering glass. All original artworks sold through The Lenticular Art Gallery shop in Kent are also supplied with Tagsmart COA for proof of ownership and authenticity.