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Good Vs. Evil
Photo, Photoshop
This piece shows the figures of Good and Evil playing each other in a game of chess. Both sides are locked in a stale mate, as is shown by each side taking the same pieces. Good is personified by an older man in all white, he is right handed and has a sculptor's tool behind his ear (symbolizing good creates and evil destroys). Evil wears all black, appears to be left handed, sits on the left, and his right hand is making the devil horns sign. The same person is used to symbolize both characters, representing the ability for all people to be both good, and evil.
Hi, I'm Andrew Whitesell and I design things. I first discovered my passion for design and multimedia when I started coming up with ideas for Super Nintendo games back in the early ‘90s. Being interested in both computers and art, I created my first website in 1997. Six years later, I enrolled in the New Media program at RIT where my knowledge and skill base grew.

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