My best work is often almost unconscious and occurs ahead of my ability to understand it.
—Sam Abell (via kushandwizdom)
I believe that the Universe is one being, all its parts are different expressions of the same energy, and they are all in communication with each other, therefore parts of one organic whole. This whole is in all its parts so beautiful, and is felt by me to be so intensely in earnest, that I am compelled to love it and to think of it as divine.
—Robinson Jeffers (via kushandwizdom)
"How many people you think have ever dead?"
"I happen to know the answer to that question, there are seven billion living people, and about ninety-eight billion dead people"
"There are fourteen dead people for every living person, I did some research on this years ago, I was wondering if everybody could be remembered, like if we got organized and assigned a certain number of corpses to each each living person, would there be enough living people to remember all the dead people?"
"And are there?"
"Sure, anyone can name fourteen dead people, but we are disorganized mourners, so a lot of people end up remembering Shakespeare and no one ends up remembering the person he wrote sonnet fifty-five about."
—The fault in our stars (John Green)
This is my seventh project in my portfolio, inspired by Rorschach Diagram. I did a bunch of ink blots with black ink, cut them off and glue together on a new piece of paper. The final piece looks more three dimensional than the photo as I glue them using small paperboard behind to hold them up. Incomprehensible and elusive are the words I was going for. I wanted to create a imagery creature. It can looks like anything. Its like we are trapped in the formula of a question must have an answer, but what if there is no answer? What if there are serval answer? Why do we always want an answer? There are so many things in life are unexplained and undefinable. Maybe this imagery creature is symbol of the things in life that can not be described .