American visual artist Izosceles produces vibrant, fun pop-ish visual compositions that are irresistible and attention-grabbing. The artist had been drawing since a young child, heavily influenced by pop cartoons that they have carried with them into adulthood. The artist hopes to make cartoons and fun visuals a serious contender in the art world that are just as worthy of admiration and attention as fine art paintings.
But I Loved You…
But I Loved You… is a visual manifestation of the subject’s heartbreak, being submerged in one’s tears. It’s someone meaning so much to you and you and you not having the chance to profess your love to them.