Fractal #77 based on human skulls has been selected by Trendvision jewellery+forecasting to be featured in Trendbook 2017+
The relationship between our digital and urban spaces is osmotic as fractal realities, and everything seems possible in our parallel worlds. A society “hooked” 24/7 on smart technology, messaging, and browsing, has a long way to go before finding balance with digitalisation. Virtual identities are often a reflection of aspirational lives rather than reality, and online communities and video games are becoming inspirational places. Regulations are still in development on the internet, including finding a balance between the present moment and the holographic reality, the thinning line between what is real or fake.
One can navigate the globe rapidly and being everywhere is an elusive touch away as the screen brings news and knowledge in nanoseconds. This has become an addiction for many as visual fantasies and imaginary worlds are part of uor daily routines and habits, unveitling in a fractal made the new frontier of the“illusionary” digital reality.