Can you see me? Looking for feminism - Zine

So I created a Zine about a topic that I am passionate about and a topic that I see as misunderstood in mainstream society. Yes, even today it is hitting the news, being neglected, misinterpreted and denied.

 

My 16 page, full colour Zine was created along side my students as they worked on theirs. I wanted to share with them the beauty of Self Publishing. Personally, I wanted to learn more about Modern Feminism, practice my hand lettering and illustration. My Zine has two mini posters included, just in case you wanted to use them to show your support for the ladies (and men - feminism includes and benefits you too!)

Click on the link below to get your own copy sent to you mailbox. 

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I also created a Mini accordion fold book around the TV series Twin Peaks. Mainly becasue I was binge watching it at the time but also to practice my handlettering and illustration. Let's behonest, Twin peaks has the best quotes to use. The accodian fold allows two sides so one side I used Typography and the other I used Illustration.

Definitely not perfect but great fun (also a great example for students on Typography and theme development/interpretation).

I've heard Twin Peaks is making a resurrection - fingers crossed.
 




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Michelle Walker is a Tasmanian born creative. An Artist for life, Visual Arts Teacher, Graphic Designer, Photographer, Hairdresser by trade and mother to two beautiful children.

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