Insomnia, 2013. Pillow, thread, paper, glass, glue, eyelashes.
One of my pieces from this past semester. I didn’t get any clear photos of it, but I think the best part is that in one of the eyes there is medical literature that says "Remember that your doctor has prescribed this medication because she has judged that the benefit to you outweighs the risk"
Great illustrations !!
Thank you very much! ^_^
"The Lady in the Radiator wasn’t in the original script for Eraserhead. I was sitting in the food room one day and I drew a picture of the Lady in the Radiator, but I didn’t know where it came from. But it was meaningful to me when I saw it finally drawn. And then I saw the radiator in my head. And it was an instrument for producing warmth in a room; it made me sort of happy—like me as Henry, say. I saw this opening to another place. So I ran into the set and looked at the radiator more closely. You know, there are many different types of radiators, but I’d never seen another radiator like this. It had a little kind of chamber, like a stage in it. I’m not kidding you. It was right there, and it just changed everything. So then I had to build the doors and the stage, and do the whole thing. One thing led to another, and suddenly there she was.
The Lady in the Radiator had bad skin. I think she had bad acne as a child, and used a lot of pancake make-up to smooth that out. But inside is where the happiness in her comes from. Her outward appearance is not the thing."
oh my your style is so gorgeous! :3
Thank you kindly! ^_^
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photography: Jessica of M & J Photography
model: Sophia Elizabeth