The series I work on almost always have a basic theme or story. I use mainly, watercolor, acrylic paint and ink in my illustrations and occasionally pen, pencil, oil pastel and crayons.
In these pieces, I aim to narrate an abstract theme or transform personal stories into small visual diaries. I like using a comic-like structure on separate papers, which makes all visuals both stand alone and also interact with each other when brought together.
Some older series are strongly focusing on physiological themes - where flesh, visceral anatomy, veins, muscles become the backbone of the narrative. I combine these with either words or sentences. I am very keen on depicting physiological and psychological trauma as well as psychosomatic expression of hypochondria.
Apart from these, I like exploring themes like lullabies and songs, where I directly take lyrics from old songs from my childhood and combine them with ink illustrations in form of freestyle lace-work.