nanni mo nai




*Nanni mo nai it's japanese for "there is nothing here". It's inspired from a scene in Kerri Sakamoto's book, The electric field. It's about constant scenery where the main character is taken by a little girl on Mackenzie Hill, with upright trees that have naked branches. A disputed place that the little girl thinks it hides clues that can solve a murder case.
So in my drawing i wanted to show a person lost in it's own branches of thought, just like the main character seemed to me in the book.
Mixed media made on A4 with B crayons, black liner, colored markers.
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*Nanni mo nai in japoneza inseamna "nu este nimic aici". Numele este dat dupa un citat dintr-o scena din cartea Campul electric, scrisa de Kerri Sakamoto. Este vorba de un peisaj constant, in care personajul principal este condus de catre o fata, catre Dealul Mackenzie, unde sunt trunchiuri de copaci drepte si ramuri fara frunze. Un loc controversat, fata avand impresia ca acolo poate gasi indicii care sa rezolve un caz de crima.
In desenul meu am vrut sa ilustrez o persoana pierduta in ramificatia propriilor ganduri, asemenea personajului principal din carte.
Mixed media pe coala A4, am folosit creioane B, liner negru si carioci.

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