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Drawing: Ink, Silverpoint, Black & White, Paper, Vector on Paper.
These drawings were base upon the remarkable words by Thomas De Quincey: Confessions of an English opium-eater. Visual transmutation and distortion of the author's actual words were the foundational stone for all these images. High precision, along with obsessive miniaturistic calligraphy was used, according to create a parallelism between the pictures and the exaggerated mental activity by De Quincey, during his opium trance.