I find this image describing very well the agony of addiction driven by insatiable appetite.
I came across this mural painting in Pemayangtse Buddhist monastery in Pelling, Sikkim.
What we see here is a depiction of the world of pretas, the hungry ghosts.
These beings are naked and horribly deformed: they have enormously swollen bellies, very thin necks, and mouths no bigger than the eye of a needle.
Suffering all the time from ravenous hunger, they grasp at food and drink, trying desperately to cram it into their needle-eye mouths, but as they do so, the food and drink turns into excrement and liquid fire.
From "Creative Symbols of Tantric Buddhism" by Sangharakshita