This image … was meant to serve as a beacon into the future … as a warning to slow down. The birds represent how often we travel and run all over world. The lines represent how we also travel by train and use the world of the underground subway systems. Combined with the traffic symbols and “writing on the wall” it is all again meant as a warning to the people of today as well as the people of tomorrow. This message involves slowing down and enjoying the world as it passes by rather than allowing technology to rule us and guide us. This remains true to the people of the future as well because as we create new ways of making things convenient we might loose our status as human.

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I will use my skills for etc.
-extra terrestrial creativity.

My goal is to break out side of the box. Art and design have always held a spot deep in my heart. I love to use more than just my computer to create my work. Music also has a great deal to do with my work, from inspiring to enhancing you will always be able to find a musical reference more often than not. Overall, I plan on using my talents effiecently to create one-of-a-kind designs that connect and captivate my audience.

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  • Watson  Mere
    Watson Mereover 3 years ago

    You have some very interesting work man. I like how you take a photograph and put a story to it. Would love to see a description to this one.

  • Thank you Watson! I had a story in mind but I decided to see what would happen if I allowed the image to tell it’s own story for a change. However, per request I shall see what I can come up with! :)

    – bcboscia410

    JUSTARTover 3 years ago

    great work

  • Thank you Thank you!

    – bcboscia410

  • EmiGheor
    EmiGheorover 3 years ago

    This is really cool!

  • Thank you! :)

    – bcboscia410

  • Steve Leadbeater
    Steve Leadbeaterabout 3 years ago

    nice work

  • Thank you!

    – bcboscia410

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