In Buddhism, the three marks of existence are three characteristics of all existence and beings, namely impermanence (anicca), unsatisfactoriness or suffering (dukkha), and non-self (anattā). Ignorance of the three marks of existence is regarded as the first link in the process of samsāra whereby a being is subject to repeated existences in an endless cycle of suffering. As a consequence, dissolving that ignorance through direct insight into the three marks is said to bring an end to saṃsāra and, as a result, to that suffering.
Prajñā: sabbe dhammā anattā (all things are not self).
Iterative process work from conception to final idea.
Detail from a copperplate etching.
Prajñā: sabbe saṅkhāra aniccā (all things are impermanent).
Iterative process work. Sketches and various ideas as well as a series from the copperplate etching process.