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Eduardo Figueroa
During the haiku selection process, I found myself drawn to ones that had clear visuals, a language that conveyed emotion, on which I could build upon. When I found the right one, I knew that I had to create the image that could show the feelings that I get while reading it.

As an illustrator, I pride myself on my use of color, a blend of hues that carry out the tones and feelings of the illustration. The strong image of birds changing color as the sky brightened was one of the images I received when reading the haiku—of birds transitioning at sunrise. Black to white, darkness to light. A harmonious moment frozen in time.

Blackbirds choose one day
when they prefer to wear white
to see how it feels

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