4 Jan 2021

Perspective and Digital Art

There are so many different ways to interpret the same image. Experience variety.
Indian Creative Director and Digital Artist Jordan Singh has a real affinity with digital art and the art of symbology.

The images allow the viewer a chance to assign them a meaning. A context that even though we don't realise it, we give all things and people around us every day.

We make judgements on situations and behaviours we observe. They are based on past experience and inherent bias (If we like a person or situation, we are more likely to think positively of them; conversely, if we don't, we are more likely to think negatively.)

Take the first picture for example: We see a predator and pray. Bad connotations, because the predator always tries to kill and eat the prey.

Another way of viewing it is that they might represent the qualities we associate brain and heart. Power and reason with compassion and feeling. Together, they form a balanced and integral part of who we are.

There are many other ways of interpreting this image. Because you mind settles on one immediately, it doesn't mean it's the only one. Alter your perspective and try seeing things from a different point of view. The world will open up and reveal itself in an amazing and very different way...

Ps. I gave the images some titles.
Which one is the real you? Or are they both?
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Sometimes the adventure is in the path not the destination.
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Knowledge is power and freedom.
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Strange to some, but a home to you.
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Leaning Tower of Pisa Lighthouse.
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Connecting worlds apart.
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The moon keeping our world lit up.
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A land of dreams.
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New ways of harnessing energy turning a negative into a positive.
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Winter transforming the lads she walks through.
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Adding light to a dark night.
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