a visual diary throughout COVID-19.
This pandemic has given me, and everyone, a whole lot of time. I realized that I have a lot of objects and collectibles I’ve never given the time of day. During this project, I was able to dig through all the little things in my home, and get creative with them. Through photography, typography, collage, and image manipulation, this page acts as a visual diary through a pandemic.
ALL THE THINGS ︎
DAILY DIARY ︎
National Geographic mountain photographs + Mac Demarco lyrics
An image from an old art magazine and Bowie, baby!
An old postcard from some beautiful bungalow somewhere, and Lorde lyrics.
Scans of a old magazine and the last words of Bayar Taylor, “I want–I want, oh you know what I mean, the stuff of life!”
My body and an excerpt from Number 20 by Lawrence Ferlinghetti hula hooping around me: “I fell in love with unreality”
Images of everything green in my home, the last words of John Keats, “I feel daisies growing over me”
My hands in a vintage decorative piece I can’t find a practical or decorational use for, and the last words of Bernard de Fontenelle
Grid Plastic, Old Juice Ad, Poster Cutout, Ruler, and a USPS Bag
A Bagel & Excerpts from Trick Mirror by Jia Tolentino
Beanies & Lemons
A Candlestick & A Cigarette