Here is my latest comic, called Looking at Things:
[read the comic by clicking here, or on the image above]
It’s a bit more philosophical than you might be used to (sorry). It actually dives into this question that pops up in my head regularly: if we ascribe meaning to what we see, based on our own experiences, how can we know that what we see, is truly what we see?
I thought it would be a nice comicsperiment to explore this in comic format. It forced me to find metaphors in imagery (like the category-boxes in panel two) that I think are quite an interesting way to picture the way our mind (sometimes) works.
What do you think?
Will we ever be able to look at, for instance, a painting and see it as nothing but a collection of pigment, resin, solvent and additives?
Or is our mind just too primed?