I ought to be thy Adam,
but I am rather the fallen angel...
Acrylic on Wood Panel
Brometheus is a representation of the spirit of the black creative, and a play on the name of “Prometheus” from ancient Greek mythology. Prometheus’ name means “forethought” because he was always thinking about the future. He designed how man would look and therefore had a unique connection to humans. When Zeus forbade man from using fire, it was Prometheus who stole fire from the gods so that mankind could have an easier existence.
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