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From Pseudo-Hieroglyphs collection
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These images mimic the Chinese, Japanese or Egyptian hieroglyphs. Pseudo,
because it is an imitation. There are no such signs in hieroglyphics.
In fact, we are surrounded by pseudo-hieroglyphs. On the hood of the Opel, and on the Nike"s shirt is a symbol that looks like a hieroglyph. Only in business is it called a trademark.
I invent hieroglyphs for emotions, relationships between people, art.
We live in a high-tech, fast-paced world of high speeds. Everything changes so quickly.
Sometimes it is enough two or three lines to express your thought.
Other pseudo hieroglyphs