ID, Ego, Super Ego

Updated: Apr 29

In psychoanalysis, the id, ego, and super-ego are a set of three layers that interact in the human mind. It was first described by Sigmund Freud using structural psyche modeling. These three layers are theoretical structures that describe the activities and interactions of a person's mental life. In the ego psychology model of the psyche, the id is the uncoordinated, pleasure-based set of instinctive desires — the basic and most primitive self, its main source being the most selfish satisfaction of needs such as sexuality and hunger; the super-ego plays the critical and uplifting role; and the ego is a realistic layer mediating between the instinctive desires of the id and the critical superego.

Artwork is inspired by these 3 layers and has been minted into 10 editions. Each edition is associated with a physical copy. The collector will have a physical artwork printed on Hahnemühle Copperplate paper, hand made using a silk print technique.

Phisical Artwork size 44 inch x 32 inch (110cm x 80cm)

The print will be packaged and sent to the address designated by the collector in the fastest and safest way.


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