I was born in the 80s, and I vividly recall moments from my childhood when I pondered what I should preserve in my memory before adulthood took over. However, as I grew up and confronted the realities of life, I found myself forgetting the things I once held dear and losing sight of how the world had evolved over the years.
I came to the realization that I didn't want these cherished memories to remain confined in my mind. Instead, I yearned to bring them to life and share with others the world I had experienced. I wanted people to witness the environment and objects that shaped my life. That's when I embarked on creating my first piece, "The 80s." Fortunately, this illustration was recognized by the judging panel of the Applied Art competition and was named a winner in 2016.
Following this, I continued my artistic journey with "The 70s." This artwork aimed to capture the transition from the 70s to the 80s, a period when many elements from the 70s still held their place in the evolving 80s world. It was a reminder that although the world was changing rapidly, some memories remained constant, serving as a bridge to my generation's past.