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I took an iconic image commonly found in history books, Romulus and Remus in their infancy, who, according to myth, were rescued from abandonment and suckled by a she-wolf. Romulus eventually grew to found the city of Rome. This wolf's actions not only saved two boys, but initiated what would be the founding of a civilization. People often link wolves to savagery, yet the she-wolf's compassionate act of adopting another species, here a sworn enemy--the human--speaks volumes. The theme is that a wolf is directly responsible with the establishment of civilization. For the piece I stripped down the basics, creating a filter atop the classic sculpture, and kept the image and font basic in order to focus on the theme. The idea of using this myth came to me right away, as it is a story most people are familiar with, and one that has been passed on through the annals of time; I wanted to stress the importance of the wolf's part in the tale as a key indicator of regal nobility, as well as a creature capable of expressing empathy and kindness. — Rex Shermock