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18” x 24”
3 Colour Silk Screen Print
*Please take note that the colors on the actual print differ slightly from both the digital image provided by the artist and the photographs shown below (due to the lighting settings during the product shoot).
"During a recent trip to a rural village in Indonesia I came upon a tale of a Hindu orcish being that the villagers were afraid to speak of, the legend was of how a jilted Princess was turned to stone and remains where she was transformed to this day. Totok Kerot used to be a Princess from Lodaya who fell in love with Jayabaya, a King from Kediri, Java. However, the proud King shunned the Princess, unable to handle the rejection she waged a war between their Kingdoms but lost the battle. As punishment, she was cursed to be a ‘dvarapala rakshesi’, a demonic temple guardian till the end of time.
In my work I’ve depicted Totok Kerot revealing in her fiendish form surrounded by a crew of like-bodied accomplices." - Morrg
MORRG, an alias name for Indra Wirawan, born in Pekanbaru, Sumatra and currently resides in Bandung, Indonesia. As a self-taught artist, Morrg started to focus more on painting after studying Journalism, UNIKOM Bandung. Morrg’s work revolves around fantasy, dark imaginary and solitary existence. His preferred medium is watercolor on paper. Currently, he works as a freelance artist & illustrator, actively participating in underground scenes, doing illustrations for bands, brands and screen printing art poster at his co-owned press, Månstråle. Morrg also spends his time making and writing music with his band, Rajasinga.