A GRAPHIC ESSAY

walking alone graphic essay

ABOUT

Michelle Martin  is an aspiring filmmaker born in Edmonton, Alberta and now lives in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is interested in exploring the subjectivity of vision and neglected narratives through her work.

Hannah Schneider is an artist born, raised, and living in Edmonton, Alberta. She wants to share her experiences in an attempt to connect with others who may feel/think the same way she does. She enjoys all types of mediums including ink, paint, and thread.

“Walking Alone” is from our Sex Issue (winter 2014/2015)

 

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