I know that I know nothing

Inspired by Jacques-Louis David's painting, The Death of Socrates, this collection is shaped by knowledge of perspective and geometric designs, and is created via visual design elements and principles. The collection also incorporates analysis of paintings and mathematics, such as the Golden ratio and impossible objects (like those in Maurits Cornelis Escher's works). The title, "MASQZ," was inspired by Masquerade balls.

This artwork belongs to the Artifact Collection.



Arash Pirsalehi is a 15-year-old Designer and Visual Artist who is highly passionate about the intersection of design, geometry, and technology. His works are a reflection of his deep interest in exploring the creative possibilities of these fields.

In his creative process, Arash employs the line, which he considers as the most versatile of the visual elements. He believes that this element can convey a wide range of visual and emotional meanings, such as shape, pattern, form, structure, growth, depth, distance, rhythm, and movement.

This artwork is a part of the Artefact Collection.