On the left side is a quasi X-ray self, and on the right a more mystical interpretation of the self.
A concept sketch inspired by Shelley's famous poem, Ozymandias, infused with the pop culture phenomenon, Transformers.
A collection of sketches: skulls, feet, the Kritios Boy and Michelangelo.
This is a photocopy of one of Albrecht Durer's lesser known sketches. Durer was obsessed with mathematical interpretations of the human body, and the Stereometric Man was one of his inventions. It is in essence a volumetric analysis of the human body.
These sketches were inspired by Rayner Hoff's self portrait.
An early concept sketch for the labyrinth model, which would later be constructed from wood.