boxlunches:
I’ve been asked by at least a couple of therapists to draw what I think my depression looks like, but I can never quite imagine a tangible thing beyond this heavy black hole in my chest. I’d say this comic does a fairly nice job. It grows, it whispers nasty things into your ear, it becomes your companion that makes you stay in bed, it gets heavier, and then it consumes you. I’ve been doing much better lately, but sometimes I still have bad nights…
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boxlunches:
I’ve been asked by at least a couple of therapists to draw what I think my depression looks like, but I can never quite imagine a tangible thing beyond this heavy black hole in my chest. I’d say this comic does a fairly nice job. It grows, it whispers nasty things into your ear, it becomes your companion that makes you stay in bed, it gets heavier, and then it consumes you. I’ve been doing much better lately, but sometimes I still have bad nights…
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boxlunches:

I’ve been asked by at least a couple of therapists to draw what I think my depression looks like, but I can never quite imagine a tangible thing beyond this heavy black hole in my chest. I’d say this comic does a fairly nice job. It grows, it whispers nasty things into your ear, it becomes your companion that makes you stay in bed, it gets heavier, and then it consumes you. I’ve been doing much better lately, but sometimes I still have bad nights…
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Artist Casper Verborg - I am fascinated by the ambiguity of expressions and body language. The face plays an important role in my work. It is the part of the body where we show what we feel and think, or what we are trying to hide. It’s an interaction between inner feelings and outward appearance. Through the expression of the portrait I try to evoke a multiplicity of meanings, judgments, and empathy from the viewer. 

devidsketchbook:

AMBIGUITY

Artist Casper Verborg - I am fascinated by the ambiguity of expressions and body language. The face plays an important role in my work. It is the part of the body where we show what we feel and think, or what we are trying to hide. It’s an interaction between inner feelings and outward appearance. Through the expression of the portrait I try to evoke a multiplicity of meanings, judgments, and empathy from the viewer.