Illustration, at its core, is to communicate a specific topic visually. To take pre-existing knowledge or content and to re-frame it, in a new and aesthetic format. With this project, I removed that element. Taking away the pre-existing content to allow the viewer to apply their own understanding and context. Allowing my illustrations and art to stand freely but with the intention that the viewer can decide what purpose it holds.
This project is a demonstration of our capability as human beings to apply meaning to the meaningless. This is a take on the psychological Rorschach inkblot test from 1921, how our brains subconsciously and almost effortlessly seek to discover images and symbols within an ink smudge. Perception is everything, how you perceive the work changes the context and content for every individual, even with the same perspective.
Perception is Art