Davood Teymooj

I invite you into the slightly disquieting world of Davood Teymooj.


With heavy use of cross hatching and pointilism, he draws strange, somber masked child-like (hydrocephalic-looking) creatures on journeys, or in deep pensive moments.

As a Jungian, it’s hard not to read into the symbolism. We all wear masks, are underdeveloped in some ways, and get a bit too much “in our heads.” Or maybe not of that applies to his work. But great art is subjective.

Davood Teymooj


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