Influenced mainly by the “study of melanin” the illustrations look to capture the layers and complexity of the human skin. With a closer observation of the skin, it becomes apparent that there are lots of ridges and valleys on the surface, features which are often overlooked. 

These illustrations act as a tool to capture the energy stored within the skin with a focus on colour and shape but most importantly preserving the urgency of the information interpreted from one source and transferring that energy into another form, thereby, producing the illusion that the work of art produced looks edgy. 

That's the beauty of information; the quicker you can translate art into a meaningful form the more room you have for a stronger ideology to exist.

Trusting once instinct is an acquired skill, looking at the illustrations with limited detail allows the brain to be stimulated into creating a unique perspective to fill in the blank spaces.