Wawawa drawings series
We have a special ability to find narratives in everything. We find them in movies and books, but also in objects and abstract forms, or even in blank spaces. This series of drawings is a collection of single frame stories, or at least you can think so with me, where we can find characters interacting with each other, lines that can tell a narrative in relation with colors, and positions and contortions that freeze moments in time. I invite you to derive stories from these drawings, as if you were a storytelling detective, and to imagine what could happen before or after this frames.
The protagonists of these stories are Wawawa characters: somewhat gelatinous human-like figures that are found in sometimes conventional situations —and sometimes no so—. As you will see, Wawawa characters are always smiling, so how can we tell their real intentions? Understanding their hand gestures? Seeing their colors? Observing what are they doing to other Wawawas? Is up to you to find out.
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