1. The print is an action, shifting an impression from a matrix.

2. The matrix is never changed.

3. A printed image is a collection of shifted single or several impressions bounded on a physical surface.

4. Multi production is one of the byproducts of '1, 2, and 3'.

5. A monotype is also a print due to '1, 2, and 3'; a matrix cannot be changed but impressions can,

6. Printing is an image-generating process, not a reproducing process.

7. Ink is meaningless but a politic creates syntax, therefore a print is meaningful.

8. However, politic is an illusion.

9. Therefore, print is also an illusion.

10. The printed image exists forever, regardless of its existence.

 

1. Life is an action, perceiving an impression of the essence.

2. The essence never changes.

3. Life is a collection of perceived serial perceptions bounded on a living creature.

4. Libido is one of the byproducts of ‘1, 2, and 3’.

5. A phenomenon is also a life due to ‘1,2, and 3’; an essence never changes but perception can,

6. Living is a life-generating process, not a reproducing process.

7. The perceived idea is meaningless but time creates syntax, therefore life is meaningful.

8. However, time is an illusion.

9. Therefore, life is also an illusion.

10. I exist forever, regardless of my existence.