I’ve always been fascinated by Roman and Greek ancient art and sculpture. I found myself going down the rabbit hole that is the internet and was amused at how some of this ancient work that so carefully used body language as a method of storytelling, so closely mimicked different modern-day scenarios we see everyday. The two friends not-so-secretly talking shit on someone else, or seeing someone on the train or on the street talking on their phone, their body language giving it away that they are unhappy with the way the conversation is going. These explorations of ancient human idealized form are also accompanied by modern-day expressions and typography.

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I’ve always been fascinated by Roman and Greek ancient art and sculpture. I found myself going down the rabbit hole that is the internet and was amused at how some of this ancient work that so carefully used body language as a method of storytelling, so closely mimicked different modern-day scenarios we see everyday. The two friends not-so-secretly talking shit on someone else, or seeing someone on the train or on the street talking on their phone, their body language giving it away that they are unhappy with the way the conversation is going. These explorations of ancient human idealized form are also accompanied by modern-day expressions and typography.

 I’ve always been fascinated by Roman and Greek ancient art and sculpture. I found myself going down the rabbit hole that is the internet and was amused at how some of this ancient work that so carefully used body language as a method of storytelling, so closely mimicked different modern-day scenarios we see everyday. The two friends not-so-secretly talking shit on someone else, or seeing someone on the train or on the street talking on their phone, their body language giving it away that they are unhappy with the way the conversation is going. These explorations of ancient human idealized form are also accompanied by modern-day expressions and typography.

I’ve always been fascinated by Roman and Greek ancient art and sculpture. I found myself going down the rabbit hole that is the internet and was amused at how some of this ancient work that so carefully used body language as a method of storytelling, so closely mimicked different modern-day scenarios we see everyday. The two friends not-so-secretly talking shit on someone else, or seeing someone on the train or on the street talking on their phone, their body language giving it away that they are unhappy with the way the conversation is going. These explorations of ancient human idealized form are also accompanied by modern-day expressions and typography.

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