3 thoughts on “Cassandra

  1. As I told you via e-mail. I really like this. There’s an obvious artistry about it, but I also love the darkness. It’s sinister as hell, which lends it a lot of depth.

    Now post some of the others in the series.

  2. Challenging. Where once we would have seen it maybe as an expression of the anonymity of the individual being drained by Big Business, or whatever, terror seems to have completely hijacked the full-face masking image.Have we lost this image to terror completely, or can it be brought back again to talk about other ideas? I like the (motion caused) blur of the foreground. It implies a sense of struggle, which I need. Escape.

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