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    Blackwork, a derivation from blackwork tattoo illustrations. A combination of dot work, line work, and extreme black tint areas, accompanied with… Read More
    Blackwork, a derivation from blackwork tattoo illustrations. A combination of dot work, line work, and extreme black tint areas, accompanied with complex geometrical shapes. This is my amateur attempt at making illustrations which tugs at our heartstrings. Read Less
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Court esprit : Heart/Mind in French. The debate between the two kept in a jar, as the metaphor of a human body. It’s clearly drawn between black & white, similarly to Yin & Yang. 
Dissection. With roses tinted glasses, we see things, often leading to the ideal of romanticism from films, books and the general media. 
Fingers crossed, a general symbolism of “good luck”. Many of us believe in karma though the refusal to be superstitious. 
Devil’s thorns. “He who dares not grasps the thorns, should never crave the rose.” 
A writer’s block. Nothing comes to mind. I’m so fearful to write. All these thoughts how should I concise? Why does my responsibility of making art has to be how many people like my art? Why can’t I just write, freely and brutally? 
Do you want to “kill” time, to let time eventually “kill” you?