Infinite as existence itself, Cellys are hyperreal projections of reality. For every possible instance of existence, a Celly can be perceived. Some may see an anime girl, a slime, or even a god, and these are all true, but also untrue. While able to take on any form of existence, the fluid nature of perception implies as well, that Celly stands without any form. Shapely while simultaneously shapeless. Meaningful while simultaneously meaningless.
Often Celly appears aesthetically as an anime girl with brightly-hued skin. Why could this be? Are they mimicking fetishized forms common in online spaces? Is it a commentary? Authentic? Self-limiting? Or does it have any meaning at all?
Hey! Celly is the name of Celly's existential-accessory production & manifestation studio.