Slipping Through Hands
There are others just like you
A Zine about a character with ‘a house for a head’, exploring the analogy of locking oneself away from the world. The poem inside follows the story that depicts the ups and downs and feelings of living with depression and anxiety.
“These drawings depict personal experiences with mental health and the struggles faced when battling it. They are part of an ongoing mini comic series I am currently working on. Where the character’s fragile head, made from a lightbulb, is smashed; it explores the metaphor of how our light diminishes when we “break”. Yet it is not without hope. These short stories highlight how there is a way out of the darkness and that ultimately we are not alone.”