The work consists of three self-portraits of the author at different ages and they are made using coverslips and personal blood print graphics, emphasizing the value and importance of blood in a person's identity. 100 ml of the author's blood was used in the work, obtaining 100 unique miniatures of blood droplets, which form a print between two coverslips. Graphic self-portraits are placed on a light-emitting surface, which reflects the technology and environment used in blood research and diagnostics, creating a magnified cover-slip consisting of miniature portrait pieces.
The exposition also includes an overhead projector. The author's blood droplet miniatures between coverslips rest on the surface. It was the basis of the digitally transformed author's technique.