Untitled Army are the broken pieces of the Brazilian artist, Lucas Camargo. Based im Brooklyn NY, he obsessively draws the stream of life and whatever things that come to his mind. Lucas used to work as a creative director in advertising for many years, now he is just a puppet in a big art masterplan that might take himto nowhere but helps him to struggle through life. He is also a director for 3D animation at roof studio.
The long months adapting to the idea of being single again brought a new perspective about myself and the people around me. Relearn to relate with others proved to be as hard as to how I connected to myself again. With time I found that I could paint my tears with colors and from that was born the UntitledArmy. As my first digital collectible piece, I chose this one. Like a kid, I had to learn how to conjugate life. Understand that there is I, You, and We. That there is pain and you can't deny it but we choose to stay or to move. That there is so much to love and beauty even in the dark bits and I catch myself falling to what's next over and over, hoping that will take a long time before I hit the ground.
When it ends we are back to pieces, to ingredients. I can’t recognize what once was there, everything had its form just for a brief time and I am back again to the parts. The blades hurt, the flesh mixes something new.
I remember as a kid catching myself thinking, well in 200 years I won't be breathing. Imagining, what the Nothing is like? the Void. That is some scary feeling. Seems it’s part of one’s existence to gaze into the abyss at some point in life. I wanted to capture that feeling with this piece, the dance between the mesmerizing void and the constant call of the present moment.
Someone stole me. I checked what I had left in my wallet...good...we have plenty. Be the local dealer, expand the business, fraction big pieces, offer colors. Legalize love.