Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Adolf Hitler - Self Portrait Series

A study of illusion and reality, parody, humour and humanity

In this self-portrait, I searched to understand a man and of his deed. Here was a character full of anger, determined to face the challenges of his native home, a place which he had supreme power and abundance. An army strong and invincible.

In this feinin, I saw a liar, a troubled artist afraid of his petty deeds, a lion with a terrible strike, a soft yet gentle hand. Liberty, God her mighty, charisma, misery, soulless, harm, parasite, Give away your trust, sadly, we rejoice at misery

[In this study, I realized a man who was particular over his hair part, and had a genuine attachment for dogs.]

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