For the month of September I did a drawing every day visualizing my mental health
to identify patterns in my depression and anxiety. Ideas that I have for projects usually
come to me in fragments, and many of them don’t make it to the final design. This project
became a place of acceptance where many half baked ideas or pieces I came up with
found meaning and purpose. Self reflection and analysis became super important to me
in identifying what I was feeling and how to cope. Being creative and expressive became
an amazing outlet throughout my journey of recovery and healing, and this project was a
great way to be analytical as well as experimental in new styles and ideas that I had.