“There is another world besides colour”

Daniel Lefèvre is a Belgian artist, currently living and working in São Paulo, Brazil. His motto “there is another world besides colour” reflects his almost exclusively black and white work made using only Rotring Isograph pens to create extensively detailed surrealist artwork inspired by Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, René Magritte and Paul Delvaux.

“There is another world besides colour”

Daniel Lefèvre is a Belgian artist, currently living and working in São Paulo, Brazil. His motto “there is another world besides colour” reflects his almost exclusively black and white work made using only Rotring Isograph pens to create extensively detailed surrealist artwork inspired by Salvador Dalí, Pablo Picasso, René Magritte and Paul Delvaux.

2016

Cybervergif

(Cyberpoison)

The basis of the drawing is a face that is glued on a watch.

The face consists of two eyes (cellphone), a nose (stop sign), a mouth (cellphone) and two ears. Half of the face is male (the cap and the stubble beard on the left side, and the other half is feminine (hair).

The three injections that are injected into the Pentagon mean that the poison is spread worldwide (through the five continents). The Pentagon is also in communication with the cellphones, which stand for total poison.

The arrows along the clock highlight the high speed with which the poison spreads itself.

In summary: the cyber poison is spread at high speed through the five continents on Earth.

In each cellphone different types of poison are shown.

 

EN:

- Internet sex.

- Internet relationships.

- Internet that breaks relationships.

- Use of drugs in order to stay awake and spend more time on the net.

- Internet games that lead to addiction.

- Internet gambling.

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