is all about freely creating on a limited budget while being good to the earth. It's digging up your basement, hunting thrift stores and nearby garage sales.
I started this project sometime mid-2019, although it had been on my mind for a while: I wanted a virtual space for my (very amateur) photography. Over time, I came to use this space for my artwork and graphic design as well.
MINDOVERMATTER Issue 4: Self
The Star Collective i01.5 "film"
Color Tag Magazine "Colors of Quarantine"
That Art Gallery: together / apart
Wonders Zine issue 3: Love
The Sunbeam Zine, Volume One: Happiness
Ink doodle on homemade recycled paper using non-recyclable papers such as thermal receipts and paper shreds.
Beautiful @sweetflowermoon art wearing a "trash pin" I made with fabric and embroidery thread leftovers from my most recent project.
Although "there is no ethical consumption under capitalism", there are of course ways of consuming a little more responsibly - the first and most efficient being to consume less. Consider buying secondhand or local, renting instead of buying, swapping with a friend or repurposing something you already own.
Rethink your waste!
STOCKETTE seeks donations in the greater Montreal area and sells affordable secondhand craft materials and office supplies. Most of their items are below 5$! Visit their website here.
Newspaper shreds received in a parcel made into an abstract canvas for display.