Shiffa

Shiffa describes his works as putting humorous characters in any situation uncomfortable or unusual and adding details that cannot be seen at a glance. For him, it is an...

Shiffa describes his works as putting humorous characters in any situation uncomfortable or unusual and adding details that cannot be seen at a glance. For him, it is an achievement to have his works appreciated by other people.

“My works are personal things, situations, people I know, or people around me that I do not know. I think every project should have its own personality. So in every work, I try to use different techniques and materials. That is a part that I like because it’s a very experimental process.” For him, fun in art is all about freedom—being able to express what one feels in the moment without judgment or limit.

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instagram.com/dashiffA

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Elaine Catindig is editor-at-large and columnist of Doodle Arts. She is currently involved in the disruptive and transformative creative revolution of cross-media advertising where she works in an advertising agency. A long time blogger and writer, Elaine has written for The New Builder, NAMA, and other local independent magazines. Follow her art footprints, @elainecatindig.
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