This artwork was created in Adobe Photoshop.
It was inspired by how much it seems that the people around me were too focused on their phones and not with the real world
The world isn’t going to end if you're deprived of using your mobile phone. That's what a lot of us are thinking, but we're too heads down in our smartphones to tell each other that.
We miss out on some of life’s simple joys when our gaze and our attention is perpetually turned south to the glowing screen in our hands. We pretend to be still paying attention, still engaging in the conversation, still staying in touch with our surroundings. but the truth is we don’t multitask the way we think we do. Rather, we just switch our attention from one thing to another very quickly. What would happen if one day, instead of succumbing to this sensory overload by default, we chose to unplug for several brief moments during the day? If we cut the cord tethering our hands to our smartphones and looked up, what would we see?
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.