Max Tzinman's images explore mob mentality. His images are neither comforting, nor conventional. He is fascinated and disturbed by the hypnotizing appeal of the mob and its link to the desire to escape from the complexities of life and individual responsibility. Is groupthink the inevitable, irreversible result? Can we hold on to our individual humanity in the face of this drift towards the seductive comfort of merging with the mob? Tzinman's works start digitally, in two or three dimensions, adding layers of mixed media (acrylic, oil, collage, metal) to create still structures and moving images, light and sound. Each project is based on a specific vision which may be realized, changed, extended during the creative process.