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CHOICES VS. VOICES
2012
Choices Vs. Voices is a part of The Lyricist’s Dreams collage series that I have been sporadically working on over the last couple years. This one here is about the never-ending battle between a person’s inner demons and their morality, their conscience. The actual style of the piece is similar to the work in the series ETERNAL. I think it fit these words well. 
The deep context everyone wants to know is, “How does this imagery fit the text?” (I’ll post the text later). Basically, I like to represent the creative spirit with skulls as I feel the epicenter of the craft is constructed here. “Demon” esque characters are great for evil as it’s a well-known image to show darkness. We all know how much I love pop culture and the themes of pop-art. This is just a modern twist. 
The child represents the innocence that we all have until that one moment in life that something in us switched over. We now see all the violence, all the despair & heartache in the world we live in.  Essentially, the choices that each of us have in life are varied based on culture and surroundings, however we all have them.
Which brings about the versus voices part. We ARE influenced by our culture, our surroundings, everything that embodies the lives of the people around us as we grow. SO, how much of our lives our truly based off our OWN personal choices? Some of us most certainly do, but what about the rest of us?
                                                                                   ~ Brennen Gibson
                                                                                      723 Studios

CHOICES VS. VOICES

2012

Choices Vs. Voices is a part of The Lyricist’s Dreams collage series that I have been sporadically working on over the last couple years. This one here is about the never-ending battle between a person’s inner demons and their morality, their conscience. The actual style of the piece is similar to the work in the series ETERNAL. I think it fit these words well. 

The deep context everyone wants to know is, “How does this imagery fit the text?” (I’ll post the text later). Basically, I like to represent the creative spirit with skulls as I feel the epicenter of the craft is constructed here. “Demon” esque characters are great for evil as it’s a well-known image to show darkness. We all know how much I love pop culture and the themes of pop-art. This is just a modern twist. 

The child represents the innocence that we all have until that one moment in life that something in us switched over. We now see all the violence, all the despair & heartache in the world we live in.  Essentially, the choices that each of us have in life are varied based on culture and surroundings, however we all have them.

Which brings about the versus voices part. We ARE influenced by our culture, our surroundings, everything that embodies the lives of the people around us as we grow. SO, how much of our lives our truly based off our OWN personal choices? Some of us most certainly do, but what about the rest of us?

                                                                                   ~ Brennen Gibson

                                                                                      723 Studios

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I stumbled upon these dresses and had to share them. Based off famous artist such as Duchamp & Dali, these are unique to say the least. I love the idea of incorporating other forms of art into fashion. ~ Brennen from 723 Studios

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Conceptual Art Dresses

I don’t know about you, but I’m not willing to wear Duchamp’s urinal to prove I love art. But still, you gotta love the London Designer, The Rodnik Band for rocking that sequin Dali lobster phone.

Please have fun today and check out their site to see the rest of their fun collection. Because I need you to see the Fish & Chips dress - badly.

Thanks sweet station for the info.

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