This series was made to explore the sense of imagination we all have as kids that we too often throw away as we get older to avoid being childish.
It contains a lot of inspirations from my childhood specifically from the way I used to view the world.
These things meant a lot to me as a kid, and while that may seem silly I don’t think we need to throw these things away simply for being fun. There’s a lot more value in allowing yourself to unironically love the things you love without guilt. Wearing something because you like it and not because it flatters x shape, dying your hair just because you wanted to, playing and allowing yourself to really stretch your imagination. Creativity needs to be practiced, exercised like you would any muscle. Growing up doesn’t have to be a process of letting go of joy.
This series was nominated for an applied arts award and I'm super proud of it!