tomer :: I'm one of those guys with olive skin, permanent five o'clock shadow and thick eyebrows. yes, you'll see me at a train-stop and get a bit worried. if I saw me at an airport I will likely, against my better judgment, get a bit suspicious too. I get stopped by security guards plenty, sometimes four-five times in one trip. I don't blame them. it occurred to me that each of us has an internal visual judge that categorizes whomever crosses our path based on a variety of parameters most of which are deeply personal, some are political, none are objective. we all have a 'zero' point -- where a person's appearance crosses too many 'red lines' and he becomes a 'suspect'. crossing a red line can be as slight as 10% more magenta in the general mix. this drawing wants to mess with your internal judge, making it look for that zero point-- it's natural tendency-- without quite reaching a concrete conclusion.