Recently, I went through a phase where I questioned why I was giving so much attention to certain problems in my life, especially after my dad's heart surgery. I realized that I want to focus on love and being the best version of myself, not just for my own benefit, but also for others. This inspired me to create the artwork called "Cheap Problems."
I created most of the piece while traveling back home on the bus to see my dad in the hospital after I knew about his heart attack. The artwork serves as a reminder to prioritize love and not waste energy on insignificant issues. The name comes from a past chat I had with my friend and fellow artist, Aleqth.
I am excited to continue experimenting and pursuing my passion while prioritizing my happiness, health, and relationships. "Cheap Problems" has become a personal mantra, a way to stay grounded and focused on what truly matters in life.