The ink-infused painting Red Flag Man represents a peculiar, anthropomorphic, genderfluid figure that consists of two legs holding an amoeba-lookalike vulva instead of a torso. It has no arms or head and is pierced through and through with sharp golden sticks prominently holding red flags. In some parts, the flags are literarily incrusted into the fleshy surface of the body. The ink freely floating inside the legs creates black-and-white landscapes. These landscapes carry inside of them red flags of their own. The layers of red lines inside the flags resemble sunsets by the beach, contrasting with the monotonous tree-lined horizons around them.
Red Flag Man talks with bitter irony about the clashes between and the longings of people, showcasing illusions, questionable motivations, pressure from society and the ignorance of the signals that warn of these dangers.