Unpaid Sickness Series - No Hope Drawing by Naomi Vona

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Art Description

Drawing: Marker, Manipulated, Found Objects, Paper, Photo on Paper.

Unpaid Sickness Series
This series came to life thanks to three distinct but connected events happened in my personal life. The title of the series refers to the bitter sweet news received after I spent a week home from work because of a laryngitis. The second fact is connected to the medium, an unsold fashion magazine that I took from work and brought home. The topic of its contents were about the celebration of Mickey Mouse. The third fact brought an epiphany into my mind - watching a man begging for money in Soho dressed as Mickey Mouse. After a few months of owning an unwanted magazine, I knew that it was time to create something with it. I also wanted to represent all the feelings incapsulated into these life events: frustration, forgetfulness and oddness.

About the Artwork
This artwork is inspired by the popular grunge motto.

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Pens on fashion magazine.


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Unpaid Sickness Series - No Hope

Naomi Vona

United Kingdom

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