The self is developed through social interaction; biological factors do not define it. The self is divided into two, the “Me” and the “I.”
The “Me” is the social self; it is how we believe the generalized other sees us (society). The “Me” is developed through social interactions; relatives, friends, coworkers, education, cultural heritage and other factors related to social interaction construct the “Me.” The “I” questions the “Me”. The "I" questions what we have learned through social interaction. Do not forget about you "I", Do no forget to talk to the man in the mirror. Designed and printed by Regia Katta
Eco-friendly water-based ink, very light and super soft. Printed in-house one by one with love by me.