Sometimes the eyes tell you a lot. In the case of masked people, its all you can rely on aside from posture and body language. Here in Cork, Ireland, the artist who calls himself Asbestos keeps the faces hidden and the eyes alert – very alert.
“The piece is another in a series of mask murals I’m doing,” he tells us. “This mask has drawings on it by my childhood subconscious, an imaginary version of myself called Left Hand. He exists as an innocent and naive version of myself, who doodles thoughts of the past and snippets of the life he sees through my eyes.”
The mural was part of this years Cork Graffiti Jam was organized by @mistertrixy. Asbestos would like to thank him for the chance to paint this and the wonderful hospitality.