The Art Conspiracy

Today, art is really trash. I mean to me it is. And there is a reason for that, but before I go into that let me tell you this.

I have a huge problem with contemporary art, its nice to look at but its impossible for me to respect it. I don’t have a problem with simple geometric shapes, but when a circle on canvas or even a blank canvas becomes deep, there’s a problem! Maybe because of my childhood problems, I don’t know, I have a disgust towards emotional art. Like “this represents my pain”. Pfft repulsive! Don’t take my opinions personally as I might be I need of a therapist, But no..if you think contemporary art is art I think you’re absolutely insane. In which case we’re in the same bed =(.

Anyways I elaborate on the topic on my post called The Art Conspriacy

Requiem: The Story

Requiem was an experiment, an attempt to interpret a psychedelic experience into digital 2-D format. In my blog post, How to Become an Artist, I mentioned that I believe in using digital art tools to create art. I used Photoshop exclusively to manipulate common creative commons photography from Flickr to create the artwork. I’ve never created digital art, but I love to experiment just Leonardo Di Vinci did.…

My role model is rapper and producer Alchemist because his approach to art is very visionary, conceptual and cerebral. Music used to directly influence my artwork, but I’ve abandoned that method of inspiration for life experience and deep introspection.

If it makes any sense my art is conceptual pursuit rather than an emotional pursuit.

Anyways Requiem was my first art series, a modest,

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