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Omnigraph

The object responsible for the transformation of ideas into tangible reality. Originating from the latin term "omni" (meaning 'everything') and the latin root "graph" (meaning 'to write'), we may recognize several Omnigraphs such as the pencil, pen, marker, etc. Although the individual (artist, writer, etc.) is the true founder of creation, such phenomenon would be imposible without the Omnigraph as our art medium.

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