Artist Interview with Lost

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What is your artist origin story? How did you first come to love creating art?

My relationship with art is like an on and off relationship, I remember at the tender age of 8–9, I thought if can draw I can bend the laws of reality, and since then I just kept drawing on and off, many years later and I finally took…

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