Two images that show contrasting angles of a theme being explored by the super talented creative, Jeffrey Wang. From the calm healing hands of angels that we sometimes feel around us, pushing through the fabric of reality from some realm of energy and love, to soothe our pains or simply hold us upright with confidence and power. To the claustrophobic experience of calamity that comes out of nowhere – the series of disastrous events nobody could have foreseen that tear us down from our fabricated pedestal of personal happiness, leaving us screaming into the dark hours of night and hunched against the fear that something malign has invaded our space.
Born in New York, Jeffrey Wang lives and works in the Far East. This duality of racial and cultural influences has left its mark on his creativity. Described as a visual artist – his skills reach deep and masterfully into the realms of branding, graphic design and fashion. Wang himself sees these images as portraying the danger women face against the power of material consumerism to overwhelm and consume the sense of self – women (and men) who forget who they really are, beneath the mannequin model caresses and couture of an icy smooth, art-exhibit slick, cold-hearted industry.
- You can view more of Jeffrey Wang’s work on his website: http://www.blanqworld.com
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