I think a lot of problems arise from how we choose to measure things.
Speaking from my own life -
When I want to measure the joy something brings me in terms of how much of a hypocrite it makes me, then a lot of anguish will come up. And I feel paralyzed.
When I measure the joy something brings me in terms of 'how much life' it creates, then possibilities seem to open.
For example, SilverArrow, when I look at the paintings you've shared I gain inspiration from them. I see someone using the tools they have at hand to share their own experience of meaning and beauty, and it moves me.
At the same time, I know I can experience an even deeper connection by further rewildling - by not dividing 'art' from 'function'. But this doesn't contradict at all the experience of beauty that started us out on this path.
Just hop down to the 'must see media' topic - movies themselves rely on civilization more than any other method of storytelling in the history of hominid culture. However, after watching 'Rabbit Proof Fence' one time, a few years ago, I had an irrevocable inner change that I wouldn't give up for any amount of 'official non-hypocrite' seals of approval.
I don't care what it takes for my own rewilding - I'll use any tool available. In fact, I've noticed that blindly copying the traditions of original rewilders (indigenous folks) has caused much damage. Have you ever sat in a talking circle with a bunch of white folks? I rest my case. I know one indigenous mentor who didn't see most modern folks as 'ready' for talking circles. So I've concluded that neither blind copying of 'old ways', nor reflexive abandoning of new ways, will necessarily help my rewilding.
In fact, I embrace my own hypocrisy. I embrace the paradox that has me typing about rewilding on a keyboard, reading about rewilding on the internet. I love writing about my anti-literacy crusade. It really doesn't make a lick of sense. Some day I'll write a 12 volume series on the evils of the written word.
It'll look as big as the Encyclopedia Brittanica.