"Her skin hadn't been capable of thickening. And lacking that defence she had put on a piece of scrap metal that even prevented her from smiling. And virtually from moving. Isolated from others. Isolated from herself.
A breastplate to cover her heart, and the feelings hidden inside, with a very long front flap to cover her genitals. Camail and helm to preserve her memories, to hide her smiles, or tears. Gauntlets, to protect her hands from all the thorns, nails, or human beings she may accidentally brush against...
Slowly she undressed, piece by piece, and found that little creature in tears, helpless, whose arms were not enough to protect her.
Tired, she lay down naked on the bed, and looked at the moon through the window bars."
-Lina Vergara Hulicamàn
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.