If you have not noticed, Jagad Khayal has been online and it is out there for the world to see.
“The two weeks of finding liberty has finally come to conclusion. It’s amazing to witness people who really try to make statements, for various reasons. And for that it makes them unique. How strangers truly become friends that we’ve just not met yet, … and finally we did. No matter how individualistic we are, there’s always time for simple “Good Morning!”, “Hey, Buddy!” or “Have a good day!”. There’s no such thing called being foreigner, unless you make yourselves one. It’s been a pleasure.”
// New Jersey – New York City – Washington D.C – Philadelphia – Atlantic City //
– May 15th, 2014
In a larger scale, seeing life from different perspectives embraces people’s attitudes towards their lives, which determine their life paths and success.
“A better appreciation of life is suggestive of their dream and imaginations.”
To her, she wolf.
Hand-drawn illustration of various self facial expressions. Using my photos as reference, the drawing then enhanced digitally.
Initially completed in February 2009.
“When liberty and human rights are always used as justification to legalize almost everything and with intention to gain advantages, it will only lead to destruction. And the absence of moral responsibility that should underlies every action accommodates the evil geniuses. ”
This artwork was done in 2008, depicting the downfall of the Statue of Liberty as symbol of freedom which has become an irony of the freedom itself.
Software used: Adobe Photoshop
Colour rendition of the Big MerMad doodle.
This artwork was submitted as part of Gambit Summer Internship program test. Being the first time hearing the name “Edward Gorey”, his distinctive style had certainly won my admiration. Although this piece might bear little resemblance to his style, the concept and inspiration were derived from Gorey’s own works.