Before I looked, now I see

Medium: Watercolor, Acrylic Marker, Gouache
Photo Credit: Jamie Miki

Over 68 days, I backpacked from Singapore to Japan. In Japan, I began at the southern tip in Ibusuki and eventually made my way to Tokyo. I asked myself two questions:
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1. Who am I without depression and anxiety?
2. What does long term high-quality joy look like for me?
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What began as obsessive mourning of an old identity became a celebration of the non-linear process of healing, self-growth, and joy. These 68 artworks represent each day of my journey from the extraordinary to the mundane and the discoveries made along the way. I created these pieces during my artist residency at Almost Perfect in Tokyo.

Link to series and my reflections.

watercolor graphic design illustration lettering artist
watercolor graphic design illustration lettering artist
watercolor graphic design illustration lettering artist
watercolor graphic design illustration lettering artist
watercolor graphic design illustration lettering artist
watercolor graphic design illustration lettering artist
watercolor graphic design illustration lettering artist
watercolor graphic design illustration lettering artist
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