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Analog Zine

A female rock vocalist projects her raspy voice over the clash of guitar riffs and heavy metal percussion, making a political statement. She is a rebel, a freethinker, an avant garde celebrity figure. She is unconventional, unashamed and unafraid. Society may call her unattractive. But she knows beauty isn't always superficial. She prefers to be controversial.

Her tattoos tell her story. Through fluid intertwining illustrations they depict the symbolic characters in her music. Freedom. War. Media. Politics. The political symbols of the donkey and elephant meet the skull, the gun, and the cigarette, while the astronaut - symbolizing innocent, ordinary, everyday men with dreams - floats aimlessly, lost in the space between. The words on her fingers - "HATE" on her right and "LOVE" on her left - are the most evocative. They symbolize humanity's tendency to criticize, dealing out the judgemental blows with the predominant right hand, equally capable of spreading positivity but mostly unwilling and so leaving that ability curled up in the not so predominant left hand. She tries to be ambidextrous. But like most rock vocalists, she uses aggression to make her voice heard.

Digital Painting copyright ©2012 Alexandra Davidoff. All Rights Reserved. Copying, altering, editing, displaying/redistribution of this illustration without permission is strictly prohibited.

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Pencil Me In ™ commented on February 22, 2013 11:38am
Love the story that goes with this image!
Alexandra Davidoff commented on April 20, 2013 11:49am
Thank you, that means a lot.
Ben Geiger commented on April 22, 2013 3:54am
so much detail. BEAUTIFULLY DONE!
Alexandra Davidoff commented on April 22, 2013 4:17am
Thank you Ben.
Azrhon commented on April 22, 2013 7:51pm
awesome work!
Alexandra Davidoff commented on April 23, 2013 9:01am
Thank you Azrhon.