Racing

It can go so fast it races on by, but even with speed, we can see the beauty in light…

Designed by the perspective of Loudoe’s wavelength. The bright pink, lilac, currents that are overtaking the outline of the urban viewpoint somewhere beyond the art. It is an illustration of a motorway after all. Yet, it could be a sketch of a trajectory, a route that was once started and is now bending across the motorway’s illuminations, drifting far away from its origin. Why the lighting on the motorway? Maybe a traveler reached a point of their journey where more light was needed or stumbled upon a sudden twist of reality… Delve deeper and you will discover the traveler’s backpack is full of postcards, posters, and bracelets tied in knots. Knots symbolising the beginning of your journey.

This illustration is part of a series of art pieces inspired by a narrative that will be released along with the final piece. The narrative is an extract from a moment of life. Discover the ideas belonging to someone going through such an overwhelming silence that the thoughts running through their mind begin to materialize as something that has a trajectory. However, the core of this story is the car’s trajectory. The car wonders if it is closing in on somewhere important and whether the smallest deviation will create a butterfly effect forcing the car further away. Querying whether other cars share similar thoughts, the car reaches a conclusion…

Here we can see that although the road is set in stone, registered in maps, and highlighted by imposing lights; it leaves little room for doubts. Appearing as though somebody has already been here, it becomes apparent that they had a pretty good idea that it is worth traveling along the motorway. Nevertheless, it is the doubtful backpack’s notes, charm bracelets, leaking pens, prints, boomerangs, and flashbacks that make the most noise in a car that is traveling at a constant speed in the direction of the horizon