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Emilio Rolandi

Afterlife ( life after death ) 

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QUENTIN TARANTINO's childhood

illustration of A conceptual illustration on ancient topic of philosophy: life after death. Cats seem to have many opportunities to come back. They cross the door over and over, but human beings can't. Keywords: wild, dead, cat, alive, elegance, elegant, minimalism, house, pet, pets, youth, lifestyle, medical, americana, digital, dark, darkness, time, black, lives, living, lifetime, existence, loneliness, loner, home, hall, transcendental, elderly, old age, man, doors, coffins, coffin, forbidden, taboo.
Next illustration of ”No one is the fatherland, not even the rider Who,high at the dawn of an empty square
Rules his steed made of bronze through time”...
Illustration on argentine poet Jorge Luis Borges. Forever condemned both animal and human to witness in front of the government house. But in this case, the horse decides to leave the scene and the rider falls. Dignity disappears. An ankle caught in the stirrup shows up the fatal fate: the hero will be raptured and disfigured by the force of the beast.

The Rise And Fall Of The Patriot (poetry)

A conceptual illustration on ancient topic of philosophy: life after death. Cats seem to have many opportunities to come back. They cross the door over and over, but human beings can't. Keywords: wild, dead, cat, alive, elegance, elegant, minimalism, house, pet, pets, youth, lifestyle, medical, americana, digital, dark, darkness, time, black, lives, living, lifetime, existence, loneliness, loner, home, hall, transcendental, elderly, old age, man, doors, coffins, coffin, forbidden, taboo.

Keywords: Conceptual, Animals, Book Covers, Editorial, Health, Mystery, People, Religious, Science, Spiritual

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