To appreciate something is to observe it with a specific point of view, capture hidden meaning that might or might not really exists. It is even more so when looking at pieces from the past, trying to understand how they came to be and the hidden secrets lying underneath the surface. It allows the viewers to look not only at the art itself but also inside themselves, use their experiences and their aesthetics to grasp shapes, shadows and colors that others might not notice, because they exist simply in their inner eyes.
The Impression collection is all about the subtle details. Presenting a typical Subway Tiles structure with different size tiles combining together for a dynamic look, it’s all about the hints of ancient memory painted with modern taste. The graphic presents a mostly subdued palette with an occasional brighter color, and the almost shadowed color range is the perfect background for the details of the tiles, showcasing a linear maze of imprints that almost seems carved on the stone, creating a three-dimensional look that is similar to a bas-relief technique.