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Ms. No One – She doesn’t know whether to go for a career – have fun – choose or surrender to hormones. Alive and vital she exists only now.

Ms. No One – She doesn’t know whether to go for a career – have fun – choose or surrender to hormones. Alive and vital she exists only now.

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Mr. Man – He’s worried about making decisions according to expectation or desire. His capabilities abound, but he has to make a living, which vocation does that – use the mind or the body?

Mr. Man – He’s worried about making decisions according to expectation or desire. His capabilities abound, but he has to make a living, which vocation does that – use the mind or the body?

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Master Zip – He’s thinking maybe to be in a boy band, someone’s told him he could model – as the increasing number of ‘likes’ unfolds, his ego forms, he sits transfixed by his adolescence.

Master Zip – He’s thinking maybe to be in a boy band, someone’s told him he could model – as the increasing number of ‘likes’ unfolds, his ego forms, he sits transfixed by his adolescence.

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Madame Rien – comfortable in her own skin,  the sort of comfort only age and wisdom creates, she is happy to just be, and know, even though she does nothing deemed important by other folk.

Madame Rien – comfortable in her own skin, the sort of comfort only age and wisdom creates, she is happy to just be, and know, even though she does nothing deemed important by other folk.

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Sir Space – The wise one of age, the proximity to finality making him fade away. He knows, but there’s just too much to share.

Sir Space – The wise one of age, the proximity to finality making him fade away. He knows, but there’s just too much to share.

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Missy Me – Worried how many friends will like her, she stares at the cusp of everything exciting and terrifying ahead.

Missy Me – Worried how many friends will like her, she stares at the cusp of everything exciting and terrifying ahead.

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Annie Anybody - a future like nothing we've see before.

Annie Anybody - a future like nothing we've see before.

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Ms. No One – She doesn’t know whether to go for a career – have fun – choose or surrender to hormones. Alive and vital she exists only now.

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Mr. Man – He’s worried about making decisions according to expectation or desire. His capabilities abound, but he has to make a living, which vocation does that – use the mind or the body?

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Master Zip – He’s thinking maybe to be in a boy band, someone’s told him he could model – as the increasing number of ‘likes’ unfolds, his ego forms, he sits transfixed by his adolescence.

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Madame Rien – comfortable in her own skin, the sort of comfort only age and wisdom creates, she is happy to just be, and know, even though she does nothing deemed important by other folk.

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Sir Space – The wise one of age, the proximity to finality making him fade away. He knows, but there’s just too much to share.

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Missy Me – Worried how many friends will like her, she stares at the cusp of everything exciting and terrifying ahead.

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Annie Anybody - a future like nothing we've see before.

Portraits of anyone, no one, everyone. Composite faces from hundreds of references, current and historic. Technology allows sharing on an unprecedented scale while enhancing the illusion of self-importance. These portraits of no one document the 'humany' element in the equation. In this age of 'sharing' ourselves, 'humany' questions whether millions of people disseminate identity or distill it. Colour pencil drawings on Arches Velin. 76 x 56 cm

Ms. No One – She doesn’t know whether to go for a career – have fun – choose or surrender to hormones. Alive and vital she exists only now.
Mr. Man – He’s worried about making decisions according to expectation or desire. His capabilities abound, but he has to make a living, which vocation does that – use the mind or the body?
Master Zip – He’s thinking maybe to be in a boy band, someone’s told him he could model – as the increasing number of ‘likes’ unfolds, his ego forms, he sits transfixed by his adolescence.
Madame Rien – comfortable in her own skin,  the sort of comfort only age and wisdom creates, she is happy to just be, and know, even though she does nothing deemed important by other folk.
Sir Space – The wise one of age, the proximity to finality making him fade away. He knows, but there’s just too much to share.
Missy Me – Worried how many friends will like her, she stares at the cusp of everything exciting and terrifying ahead.
Annie Anybody - a future like nothing we've see before.