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Found 130 Illustrations
In this illustration, I have depicted the everyday life during this lockdown, and how the devices have sort of filled our lives. During this social distancing phase where we don’t get to meet most of our friends and family, our lives are increasingly revolving around the digital devices and gadgets, mostly our phones. I have illustrated the many ways in which we use our phones on a daily basis, in a chronological sequence.
This is a compilation of the different versions of myself since the quarantine started. Some days I'll be super productive while other days I can barely even get out of bed. It's been a strange couple of months but I know we're all doing what we can to get by.
This is a more "traditional" mind-map from my neuro-diverse head.
Perhaps my most calm (and calming) artwork to date.
I painted it in Toronto back in 2016: It represents scenes from a range of my most significant past travels around the world, remembered through my eyes and those of my loved ones.
Some clues as to the locations are more obvious than others - but that's the fun of maps, right?
Quarantine life looks different for all of us. For me, a stay at home mom and freelance artist there have been lots of highs and lows. I know I’m not cut out to be a home school teacher but I do bake a mean banana bread and jalapeño chips will forever remind of this moment in time.
A collection of experiences as an Asian American during Covid-19.
The way I perceive the day to go as an ebb and flow is stacked against the reponsibilites and demands of life with kids at home.
Some of my refuges during this period: study, inner exploration, introspection. Doing what I really mean to do. As the time seems to slow down, these activities become like rituals, and days end up very busy.
I am autistic: I cherish and suffer daily from sensory overloads.
During quarantine I've managed to lose myself in creative works - but I also feel a great deal of claustrophobia resulting in a myriad of irritations!
This is an acrylic-on-paper mood board (mind-map) which I contributed to every time I needed a mental release from daily strains.
I think visually, I had no words to describe my feelings.
In this art-work (a juxtaposition of three paintings) I have described numerous irritations I frequently experience; including solitude, being misunderstood, the sounds of speeding vehicles and strong kitchen scents, what else can you recognise?
Do you empathise with me?
As a mom of a 4 and a 2 year old, I had to get creative to help my kids overcome the fact they had to stay home in a small apartment and not see their friends. So we tried to have as much fun as possible.