The Future of Keeping Data Safe
Privacy of the data is a very vague term today. This editorial, created for the Edit Magazine, raises many questions relevant to the presence in social media. In particular: for what purposes and who can use private information? Through the dynamic composition of the information flow juxtaposed with the domestic environment I claim that there is no such a term as privacy even in a safe space, such as a home.
For more information about article and editorial, please visit: https://www.ed.ac.uk/edit-magazine/editions/summer-2018/the-future-keeping-data-safe
This editorial illustration has been created for online Brightness Magazine in response to the autumn theme. The image demonstrates the personal interpretation of the season as the time for meditation, peace, and sleep of nature. The use of color supports a calm atmosphere of a reunion of a human being with nature. Flowers of ginger under the water demonstrate the life that thrives under the bark of the trees. This symbolizes that autumn is a season of pace and cycle of life, rather than death.
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This cover has been created for the Inkwell magazine with the theme of Rot. The illustration demonstrates personal visualization of The Dorian Gray’s portrait. This image symbolically conveys roots of the identity’s rot. The latter begins with egocentrism that is represented as daffodils. These flowers imply narcissism in the language of flowers. Daffodils grow through the damaged pieces of flesh indicating utter, but rotten beauty.
Akrasia is the state of mind in which one lacks control due to the weakness of will. In response to this brief, I endeavored to interpret akrasia in a satirical way in editorial for Inkwell Magazine. State of regret before, during and after undesirable decision, is explored through the process of eating a fly. Challenge of this project was to create a feeling of repeated movement in a single image. This resulted in the composition based on a shape of infinity. The drama evoked through color palette supports ridiculousness of the situation. Yet bright contrast between the red fly and monochrome act of eating also alludes to the suffering from having no control.