The Chicago Bloc[k]

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By: Julia Aydin (jaydin2@uic.edu)

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I wanted to achieve sort of an Alice and Wonderland feel in this drawing. Incorporating a human like feel into the weaving of the branches, with some human features attached. Clutching to it’s fruit, the tree permits no escape, because many times we things are bound to their origins. This theme reoccurs often in a lot of my drawings because I often imagine nature as a conscious, mysterious entity.”

Note from the artist:

I wanted to achieve sort of an Alice and Wonderland feel in this drawing. Incorporating a human like feel into the weaving of the branches, with some human features attached. Clutching to it’s fruit, the tree permits no escape, because many times we things are bound to their origins. This theme reoccurs often in a lot of my drawings because I often imagine nature as a conscious, mysterious entity. 

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