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Lulu mirror mirror on the wall
Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?

The piece is a digital collage that resonates with a contemporary flair, deeply rooted in the post-modern tradition. It encapsulates the complexity of modern identity through a multifaceted lens, presenting a deconstructed and reconstructed persona at its center.

At the heart of the artwork lies a central figure, fragmented and echoed, symbolizing the myriad ways in which beauty and self are perceived and reflected. This figure, surrounded by a riot of colors and shapes, serves as the chaotic core of the piece, around which all other elements revolve.

The artist employs a vivid palette, with colors that clash and complement in equal measure, crafting a visual symphony that speaks to the tumultuous journey of self-exploration. Textures overlay and intersect, creating a digital mosaic that feels both deliberate and spontaneous, much like the nature of self-discovery.

Recurring throughout the composition are circular motifs, possibly representing the mirrors of the title. These elements suggest an ongoing search for understanding and acceptance, a loop of introspection that is as eternal as the question of fairness itself.

The layered approach to the collage adds a tangible depth, inviting viewers to look beyond the surface. This stratification can be seen as a metaphor for the layers of the self, each contributing to the overall image yet maintaining its unique essence.

This artwork is a thought-provoking interrogation of beauty standards, identity, and the digital age's impact on both. It challenges the viewer to confront their own reflections and perceptions, weaving a complex narrative that is as much about the viewer as it is about the subject it portrays.


The print is on high quality paper.

The print size is 16 x 20 inches ( 40 x 50 cm).

Lulu (mirror mirror on the wall)

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