T-drawings, worlds occurring from blots.
T-drawings started from random tea stain on paper. From multiplication and symmetrical reflection of that stain, what comes out if to press sheet of paper to another one. Imprints made in such a way leave a lot of space for associations and fantasy. I was looking for images occurring from blots and helped to bring them out by outlining them with ink and drawing pen. Becoming a witness for the worlds, i had never thought about. Below are some samples of my teadrawings made between 2010-2012
Probably many kids and adults have enjoyed the fun of such kind of technique. Leaving a blot of ink or color on a paper and pressing another sheet of paper against it, being surprised when opening the sides.
This playful technique releases associations and subconsciousness. Probably already for centuries, kids and creative people have employed this method on their games and creative works. Many poems written and paintings painted all inspired from random blot. The inkblot method has been most systematically applied probably by Swiss psychologist Hermann Rorschach, whose surname gave a name to the Rorschach test