Reminisce:

I fell in love with the mere picture that I saw in Vogue’s July edition of 2019 and on the cover page Margot Robbie was displayed. The picture is a painting by the artist Sanya Kantarovsky who paints these dark arts for humour that doesn’t necessarily connects with all but it has its own audience. After reading the whole article, the artist's personal life plays a central part in his work with the extension of humour as secondary.

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I am a student of multicultural background and writing is my passion. I am inspired by the daily life subjects to transform them into narratives.

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I am a student of multicultural background and writing is my passion. I am inspired by the daily life subjects to transform them into narratives.

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