Anxiety (State of Terror) by nofrillsart



Sizing Information

  • Printed to fit best inside a 3” x 4” window
  • 1/10” white padding around the edge


  • Waterproof vinyl, will last 18 months outdoors
  • Ideal for smooth flat surfaces like laptops, journals, windows etc.
  • Easy to remove
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One of my newest works. A bit experimental…and still ‘trying’ to capture the poetic thing in my images. Hopefully, title aside…these new works are a little more open to interpretation.

Version Two using a public domain image by Huzzar:

Humming Bird – Texas


  • thickblackoutline
    thickblackoutlineover 6 years ago

    oooooooooh!! this is awesome stuff!! maybe the hummingbird finds solace in hearing another living “creature” who’s pulse beats as fast as he beats his wings, what with the world spinning a lot faster than i remember, everything seems to be increasing, growing, moving, progressing…

  • nofrillsart
    nofrillsartover 6 years ago

    hehe…Thanks Jen. Liking the idea that the images can be interpreted…with a really wide range of views. Yes…lets go with progressing…i like the sound of that! ;)

  • Ariane
    Arianeover 6 years ago

    cool image – I like the ambiguity of it – a great conversation piece.

  • Natalie Tyler
    Natalie Tylerover 6 years ago

    I think hummingbirds are the only bird that can fly backwards (stick that in your random facts). I’m kinda getting a nature vs human vibe from this too and if there’s an element of terror or fear then maybe he fears what humans are capable of doing to nature. He seems to want to get off the shirt in a hurry.

  • nofrillsart
    nofrillsartover 6 years ago

    I may or may not stick that in my random facts…sounds kinda painful. hehe… yeah there is a bit of the nature vs humans thing here…its also a simple visual metaphor for a racing heart that popped into my head. Its a little surreal…but i assure you he is affixed fast to the tee! ;)
    Ah, its nice to get peoples viewpoints…helps you find direction when experimenting. Thanks Nat!

  • Beth Mills
    Beth Millsover 6 years ago

    The humming bird seems to have come to a sudden stop after seeing the heart! Maybe he was astounded that this heart could rival his in the racing game? The stethoscope….perhaps we need to listen to nature, or maybe the only thing we have in common with nature is the beating of our hearts???? Fabulous T. Thanks for opening up the opportunity to fanticise!! :-)

  • Tate ©
    Tate ©over 6 years ago

    i’m teelin ya man… your current concepts are sweet…

  • MuscularTeeth
    MuscularTeethover 6 years ago

    that is fantastic work !

  • nofrillsart
    nofrillsartover 6 years ago

    Thanks you so much people. Wynity2…taking the time…the thanx goes to you!
    @TTC – Cheers mate…good to hear as i am trying a few new things.
    @MT – Thankyou, you are always so supportive! ;)

  • Danny
    Dannyover 6 years ago

    You definitely have to view in large to get the impact of the print.
    Nice direction

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