When I was a child, I spent most of my time in my inner world. I was always more comfortable with the things i could not see with my physical eyes, like the people and places I created, the dreams, myths, fairytales, mysteries, magic, all of the things from fantasy world in movies, books, and stories were way more interesting that the “real” world around me. My inspiration comes from the invisible, from the place where things are first shaped to manifest in this world. I grew up embracing the invisible and it spilled in the stories I wrote, the music I played and the art I created. This sketch is kinda one of the bullet proof that I always feel the invisible could be “real” in art.