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"The Devil"

Size: 2480 x 3508 pixels
Price: 2500 USD 

Technique: Digital Poster
“The Devil” from the Sunburnt Angels series is inspired by the devil card in the tarot. At first glance, the word "devil" triggers imagery outside us — a fictional third-person figure that symbolizes evil, wrong-doings, and darkness. However, this artwork symbolizes that the concept of the devil and what it represents is present among us all as part of life's duality. We, as living individuals, represent the duality of yin and yang, light and darkness, good and evil. And the term "devil" only seeks to express our "shadow self" — our darker side that keeps us from reaching the best version of ourselves. This artwork represents that our darkness is natural and not necessarily something we should run away from -- Instead, we have to face the devil within us, look them in the eye, and examine them thoroughly to learn and make peace with them. Often, our darkness manifests as short- term pleasures that would deplete our authenticity in the long term — and recognizing and making peace with these tendencies is the most crucial step toward self- acceptance and transformation.

Tom Mimo

Self-taught visual artist and digital illustrator, Tom Mimo, has been experimenting with

mixed media since 2016. The Japanese-Filipino creative is currently based in Laguna,

Philippines. With original interest in graphic design and photography, Tom Mimo mixes


her digital illustrations with various graphic design techniques and overexposed

photographic elements in creating dynamic, vivid, and striking artworks.

Motivated by her fascination with human emotions and the psychedelic movement in

the 70s, Tom Mimo uses the colors in her artworks as a metaphor for the human

experience of feeling. Her unfolding as a digital illustrator further enabled her to explore

and extend her artistic expression, allowing her to create visuals that touch on familiar

yet hard-to-grasp emotions that are difficult to translate into words.

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