This is a zine that I wrote and illustrated, mostly as a way of explaining the rationale behind my project but also it was a way to get everything down on paper, so I'd be able to make sense of it myself. And I wanted to make people laugh.
It deals with issues like feeling misunderstood, undervaluing your work, second guessing everything and feeling unproductive and isolated as a result of spending too much time doing nothing on the internet.
I sold copies during the degree show. I left an honesty box for people to put money in and I left it up to them to decide what they thought was a fair price. This, in itself, was a way of going out of my comfort zone and putting responsibility in another person's hands. I also didn't lock the box to anything, I relied on people's good will and hoped that it wouldn't get stolen (it didn't and the money went a long way, thank you everyone who bought one).
Here's a link
to the PDF if you'd like to download the story. And if you'd really like a physical copy, give me a shout, I've got a few left.