This Guy Lost A Job In The Pandemic, Now Focused On Creating His Own Art – Design You Trust

This Guy Lost A Job In The Pandemic, Now Focused On Creating His Own Art

According to David Masters: “Most of the images I create develop in my mind as a result of feelings I experience at certain moments of my life.

I’m not very good at communicating my feelings, so I have a genuine need to express my stories through the art I create. The feelings can be embarrassing or even childlike, and by utilizing these emotions, I can make some pretty interesting art. When a person views my art, I want it to stir up thoughts and feelings. For me, if that does not happen, then it, as a piece of art, was unsuccessful. I hope you like my work.”

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