Myth of Sisyphus

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Illustration inspired from Albert Camus’ essay The Myth of Sisyphus.

One Doodle Story: Single-line It

Its journey ended on a low, it falsely perceived. It, however, found solace and satisfaction in the fact that it had covered the whole spectrum of blank canvas; living the highs and the lows, the thrusts and the slumps.

Solaha

Half the world perished, the other half screamed in terror as Solaha, a ridiculously tall, single-stem-like being cast its deathly shadow.

Half the world perished, the other half screamed in terror as Solaha, a ridiculously tall, single-stem-like being cast its deathly shadow.

Atlas, the condemned

Atlas, the condemned
Atlas, scion of the Titans,
the bearer, the condemned,
stands in eternal pause at the edge of Gaia,
forever bearing the heavens on his shoulders.

One Doodle Story – Witch’s Town

One Doodle Story - Witch's Town

Witch’s town witch’s town
Keep away from the witch’s town
A boiling pot and a raggedy crown
I smell trouble, I’m in the witch’s town
A smoking chimney and a mushroom gown
I ran for my life from the witch’s town
A gloomy lair, I the resident clown
No one leaves the witch’s town.