One of the beauties of art is the fact that artists can use it to express something that otherwise they perhaps wouldnĂ˘Â€Â™t be able to. Many use its means to examine their own selves, to explore their past and delve into their own minds and souls. This is the case with Ray Caesar, a talented individual who we came to know as the master of digital softwares when it comes to creating mesmerizing portraiture. He is also one of the most prominent members of Lowbrow, also known as Pop Surrealism Ă˘Â€Â“ although, does he really feel like he belongs to it? His unique aesthetics and an incredible vision of his inner self certainly lean towards what this artistic movement proposed in its prime. Ray Caesar got into art by chance, after he ended up doing an unusual job at a hospital in Canada. It was an event which woke up some deeply hidden secrets, a moment which lit up a creative spark and sent the artist on a brand new path in life. But how exactly did Ray Caesar find his inspiration behind the curious portraits, the intriguing looks, the suggestive poses we see in his work? In an exclusive interview, the British-born, Canada-based artist shared some of his secrets with our readers.