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As I created the series of posters titled “Lethargy”, I found myself immersed
in a profound exploration of the human spirit and its awakening. The messages conveyed through these posters hold a special significance, resonating with both young individuals navigating the realm of high school and college, as well
as mature audiences seeking a renewed sense of purpose.

In each poster, I carefully selected characters sourced from old engravings with religious and mythological themes. These timeless figures, steeped in symbolism and mythology, serve as powerful vessels to convey the importance of being spiritually alive and embracing a meaningful existence.

The messages within the posters urge viewers to embark on a journey of self-discovery and inner awakening. They remind us that our spiritual well-being is just as vital as our physical and mental states. In a world that often prioritizes material possessions and instant gratification, these posters serve as gentle yet poignant reminders to reconnect with our deeper selves, our values, and our purpose.

The series also sheds light on the challenges faced by today's society, where the degradation of human nature is all too prevalent. It prompts reflection upon the ways in which societal norms and external pressures can hinder our spiritual growth and authenticity. By highlighting these issues, the posters seek to inspire
a collective awakening, encouraging individuals to question the status quo and actively work towards reclaiming the beauty and inherent goodness of human nature.

Through the intricate engravings and thought-provoking messages,
the “Lethargy” posters invite viewers to pause, reflect, and embark on a journey of personal transformation. They beckon us to seek meaning beyond the superficial and to embrace the richness that lies within our souls. May these posters serve as catalysts for change, igniting a spark of inspiration that encourages both the young and mature to awaken their spirits, live purposefully, and contribute to a more enlightened and compassionate society.


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