This is an absurd book. But like all things Khajiiti, as the expression goes, “gzalzi vaberzarita maaszi”, or “absurdity has become necessity.” Much of what I have to say has probably never been written before, and if it has, no one has read it.
“We believe in justice, but do not follow laws.”
“Thjizzrini” means “foolish concepts,” the closest translation of “rules” possible in Ta’agra.
“Grasp this simple truth — “q’zi no vano thzina ualizz” — “When I contradict myself, I am telling the truth.”
– Ahzirr Traajijazeri
A painting done for the joy of painting. Inspired by an intense photography of a young indian boy with a proud stare and the cat people from the fantasy series “The Elder Scrolls”. I enjoyed “the elder scrolls” titles throughout my teens and still have a deep respect for the art, thought and creativity that went into crafting this seemingly living, vibrant universe.
The supreme space tiger! …from space! A mixture of acryllic and watercolors as well as some chinese ink has been used to cast this into existence. The Ankh-necklace uses a metallic-reflective color and has, just as the rest of this painting, no deeper meaning whatsoever. Or perhaps it does…perhaps you should take some time of your busy (and no doubt incredibly important… 🙂 ) schedule, drink some skooma and meditate on this.
After all! Absurdity has become necessity.