Honoré Didden creates figurative, realistic images in a sophisticated, playful, at times almost classical style. 

His inspiration are universal human themes such as love and absence of loves, death and fear of death, fear of living, passions, sexuality and intimacy.

Myths, Biblical stories and fairy tales help him to add  an extra dimension to the image. Images sprout from association and dreams,basically from the void.

The title emerges during the creative process. His titles are clues, hinting at the content of the image.

The title of the work creates tension between image and content, inviting free association.