Office Anxiety, Office Boredom, Office Monotony
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"Office Anxiety, Office Boredom, Office Monotony" is a series of eight digital illustrations that deal with the psychological effects of boredom and monotony on the human mind, using the office workplace as a setting. The works suggest that ceaseless repetition in the workplace gives rise to anxiety and depression. Though the office place is used, the theme of tedium is applicable to an even wider scope of human experience. Each piece was drawn with pen, scanned into the computer, and colored in using Adobe Photoshop and a Huion drawing tablet. The works were then printed and mounted on wooden boards at two different sizes.
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