The progression of technology and the disintegration of humanity.
A clash between an advanced futuristic city and the fundamental roots of humanity. Vindication in meant to express losing oneself in the vastness of one’s surroundings; and vindication in another for their retribution.
A psychedelic trip and the collision of time and space.
Perception reminds you that the plain may appear confusing, the linear may look jagged, and the simplest ideas may take the longest to understand.
Inspired by surrealism; but not quite.
Expresses the vivid but confusing entanglement between the head and the heart and their own unique individual implications that they deliver.
Observational piece of 3 hands in movement.
If you can't tell already, I have a thing for hands. Also I observe ghosts, apparently.
Inspired by the inner workings of a map.
The map is supposed to relay the dynamic feel to being contained in systematic grid that is simultaneously terrifying and beautiful.
Faces. Faces everywhere.
No matter the motive, reason, intent or circumstance, “Confusion” reminds us that we’re always being watched even in our own minds as we begin to blur the lines between illusion and reality.
Don’t let your battery die.
Seriously, it sucks. A dead phone is pretty tragic.
Time becomes surreal as humanity thrives and flourishes.
Based on Jon Bellion's album "The Human Condition". Through time, there is always constants within human existence. Scenes of war, chaos, natural destruction, music, religion, architectural advancement, death, etc. regardless of era or civilization.