This Artist Makes Surreal Paintings Inspired By Psychoanalysis – Design You Trust

This Artist Makes Surreal Paintings Inspired By Psychoanalysis

“Hi, my name is Valentine and I am fond of psychology and painting. I was studying to be a graphic designer, and in one of my course projects I was making the layout of the book by K. G. Jung “Synchronicity”. I was so carried away that I reread all the works of this psychiatrist. And then I allowed my painting to capture the images that I encountered on the path of inner knowledge,” an artist writes.

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