More coming up in this series :)
Who are we in this immeasurable universe?
A tiny speck is what they say.
Where do we come from, where do we go?
Do we disintegrate into the universe or do we devised by it? A wild dream?
We believing everything our opaque eyes can see, not aware of what happens of what is not seen.
What about the things that they have seen when we were not awake; not aware?
What about the things they indeed have seen when we were asleep?
Were we awake then or are we awake now?
Different versions of us seeing things differently.
Is this a dream, reality or lucidity? - Aishwarya Mankar
I'd made this painting in 2017, but left it incomplete. I didn't know where it was going. Last month I decided to work on it while revisiting my old work. And yes! The painting lent a story, a subconsious thought, and carefully construed my feelings into this^ Reference - jesseherzog
What would the visuals of this lyric quote be with the feel of the music and the song if I hadn't seen the video? Lyrics have always intrigued me and made me have my own interpretation of a particular song. So I thought of picking out beautiful lines from different songs and weaving them together to make a short story and represent it in my own way. Basically, my personal lyric interpretations of some of my favorite songs weaved into a story. How beautiful Art and Music is!
Here's the story :
When you've lost all sense of control And your thoughts have taken their toll,
We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl, year after year.
Arriving somewhere but not here.
So touch me and I will follow, in your Afterglow.
'Cuz Moonlight is bleeding, from out of your soul,
Lights will guide you home and ignite your bones,
So Gravity release me and don't ever hold me down, now my feet won't touch the ground!
You can see this series featured in FilterCopy.
I was the Creative Head for the annual college magazine and was in charge of the article illustrations and the Cover page, following the theme 'Inside an architecture Student's Mind' where I literally made the stuff from the last page of his/her sketchbook.
Later on that year, I also illustrated a few ideas for Ar. Sandeep Shikre of SSA Architects for his presentation at an international Festival.