HYDROCHLORIC #2 - SKULLS
FROM THE INTRODUCTION PAGE
What can be said about how an artist draws a skull?
Surely something about their own mortality comes into mind when they are asked to recreate this universal symbol. We all possess a skull, but eventually our skulls will be all that remains, an empty container that once generated thoughts and could view and process the world around us. Is it a symbol of death or, as with some cultures, life? Should it be humerous or treated with respect? And do any of these questions matter? Afterall, it is just a skull. 
 
ABOUT HYDROCHLORIC #2
 
Designed and curated by Daniel Zender | www.danielzender.com
 
8.5"x11", greyscale, stapled, 32 pages. Limited to 200.
available for $4 postpaid, if you are interested! 
please paypal to:
 
danielzender22@gmail.com
 
xox
John Malta | www.johnfmalta.com
Dan Blackman | www.dblackman.com
Daniel Fishel | http://www.o-fishel.com
Edel Rodriguez | http://www.edelr.com
Edel Rodriguez | http://www.edelr.com
HYDROCHLORIC #2 - SKULLS
42
662
1
Published:

HYDROCHLORIC #2 - SKULLS

HYDROCHLORIC 2! Designed and curated by Daniel Zender | www.danielzender.com
42
662
1
Published: