symbolism

Journal

Monsanto Field
Series

Cultivation of Relapse and Unknowns

This post is an update on what I’ve been working on. Aside from mapping out ideas through a sketchbook, I’ve been pulling my sources of archived images and combining them with new images in an effort to composite more final pieces. I’ve learned a lot with my readings, but translating these ideas in image form

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Refined-Sketch-01
Series

Working Through Sketches

I’ve been keeping a sketchbook to record the visual ideas that come to mind while reading Lectures on Ancient Philosophy. These sketches predominantly are based on the ideas from Manly P. Halls writings. Below are sketches 1-12 with explanations and plan for what the final image(s) will look like. Some of these are vector based for simplicity,

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Canaanite view of Cosmos
Series

Convergence from Multiple Threads

View my entire series of SubmergedView more images of The FlameView more images from Exposed Spaces EnclosedView more images from Geode Nebula This post will detail an overview of my work so far under the thesis of symbols and their philosophical implications. I began working with symbols because I believe they hold keys to past knowledge we have lost,

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Flames no.3
Multimedia

The Flame

View additional version of these images in my series The Flame. There have been a number of good things happening I feel with this new line of work, such as having a sense of purpose. With this feeling, however, comes the burden of knowing how unable I am to fully process or understand the very thing

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Give Me a J
Series

Commercialism will be the New Symbol of Status While Hollywood Lies Dead

This series deals with iconography juxtaposed with environments on the brink of collapse. View all 11 images from this series in it’s now slightly less long title, Commercialism will be the New Symbol of Status. As entertainment constantly reinvents itself iconography strives to remain based on imaginary principles, principles that are residing on top of

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