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Artist | Professional | Film & Animation
Welcome to outer space, located in the clutches of the subconscious. Never open your eyes until a whole world resides inside, bringing out the unconsciousness like holding a piece of meat to a hungry lion.
This is dream weather & subconscious rain. Under this hat, dreams are edible.
Favorite visual artistM.C. Escher, David Mack, Stanley Kubrick, Robert Williams, Dave McKean, Phillip Singer + moreFavorite bands / musical artistsJoanna Newsom, Explosions in the Sky, Mozart, Elbow, Bird & The Bee, + more
I started going around Los Angeles' public hotspots displaying (or trying to) a piece of art to make a statement on workaholism and the need to find creative freedom.
Some people work too hard and forget they're following a daily routine that is slowly killing them. BalloonHead represents that eager creative intensity that should be exploited but is often shunned and denied. Balloons are freedom, a rainbow of colours is the exit from a mundane world.
I've also created a short video documentary on the adventure so far. Should public art be removed depending on the content and message? Or does the content even matter?