"These are some of our pictures. They are mainly lithographs. There are a few paintings too.

We enjoy making lithographs because it feels we are doing everything backwards. That is how life seems to us. We feel like we live inside a mirror.

We have also started making etchings thanks to The Lady. She takes us to a printing studio and a nice man explains how to make things.

Making things helps us, along with our medication of course."

"The boys in our pictures are boys who are lost in the dark woods. They are like bunnies scurrying from predators. But all is not as it seems and not all bunnies are as innocent as they appear."

"We cannot escape from the woods in our dreams. Bad things have happened there. Sometimes there are far off noises. Sometimes the birds have stopped singing and a silence has fallen. At times it is hard to tell if it is the moon or the sun above the trees. We like to listen to the sound of the wind in the trees."

"Dreams are memories. We dream about the same things a lot. Sometimes we can’t tell what is real and what is dream. We have tablets for that."

"We spend a lot of time looking around the room to see if an insect has got in. We don’t feel at ease if there is an insect in the room. However we would never hurt an insect, unless it is a mosquito of course"

"The lady asked us to explain why there are so many floating figures in our pictures. We find it hard to make eye contact when she asks us questions like that. We said “people don't live or die, people just float”. Bob Dylan sang that line in a song and we quoted it to the lady. She thought it was our line. She seemed really impressed."

"We make a lot of pictures about all kinds of wounds and scars because everyone has them but they hide them and don’t talk about them at all. Some wounds can take your breath away because they are so beautiful especially the invisible ones."

It's not what you look at, it's what you see