This is really important to me cause i can relate to it a lot. A lot of people i know especially me. What i post and act as on social media isn't the complete true me. I portray a more happy, perfect side of me than the true me behind the screen.
This drawing fits the theme of "things aren't always as they appear". depending how you look at it you can see different things, either a rabbit or a duck.
this picture fits my theme buy how, just looking at it its just a giant pile of wood but with the help of placement and lighting its different pieces of artwork.
My theme is things are not always what they seem. In this reference, "Dollhouse can be what you make of it. A lot of people said that Dollhouse was creepy and that this isn't pop music because nobody writes songs like that. But in reality, Melanie was portraying what almost all first world families look like today: broken and selfish. Mommy's an alcoholic, Daddy's a slut and her brother smokes cannabis. She's the only one who can be possibly classified as a perfect doll... But even she has flaws. This is basically saying that all humans are like dolls: we act like perfect barbies but nobody's actually perfect. Putting on two pounds of dolly makeup will not change that."