Easy drawing, untitled, is the name of a drawing made in pen and ink. Any drawing, painting or work of art can be titled in this way. When the artist does not give a specific title to his work, then he invites the viewer to collaborate. He seems to be saying to him: please, I have made my work, I have created a work of art. This is my statement. My language is colour and form. Inside a rectangle of canvas, paper or other ground, I have created a composition. I did not give it any title. I don’t want to suggest or hint at anything. I don’t want to influence you in any way. I want my artistic expression to stimulate something in you, preferably something you haven’t known before. I want you to become a different person after encountering my work. Well, maybe a little different, a little. I want you to find in this composition something for yourself. Can you look for anything in this easy drawing limited to black and white? Every simple drawing is the result of a certain game. First, the artist plays with the forms he invents and lays out. In other words, the forms he invents. Yes, these forms live within him, and he only discovers and records them. And then this easy drawing plays with the viewer. It has no title, it seems a humble, insignificant work. The absence of a title among the evocative names of other works can work to intrigue.