It uses limited signs as creative codes to express the free imagination and mystery of art on the canvas. From Cubism to Miró' s surrealism, it liberates the traditional perspective of color, text and line motion. From this, it conceives the layout of a space: The lamps crossing the axis are like sharp and neat brushstrokes. The monochrome wall or the blurred background of the glass is a quiet base map of surrealism, or fragments of concrete visual experience, which have been twisted and reorganized into images. It is a 3D creation stretched from graphic art and shows the interactive existence of volume and shadow.