This poster serves to depict the chain reaction of stereotyping as a perpetual phenomenon. There are 2 visual interpretations of a lion, they represent India and the West in a continuous rumble of cause and effect. Using the Mandala as a visual guide we dive into the cyclical nature of Buddhist philosophy. In the centre lies an image of the Garden of Eden reflected in an eye. The idea of paradise is represented by using the foundation of Western religion; Christianity's origin concept of perfection. Perfection in a Buddhist sense however, is the appreciation of everything. Everything is already divine.
Views on the West, 2010
Designed under IXISUS, a collaboration with Tim Braakman