It’s easier to block it out and not talk about it.
It’s hard to live with CKD.
In the middle, there’s my kidneys, which are dying so there’s a big explosion in the middle of my life. On the left, are all the questions i ask myself, and on the right, there’s my family, asking me to do it for them. Do I stop treatment because that would make me happier, or do I keep going because its what my family want me to do?
If i stopped and threw everything away, I’d be happy, but time would run out and my family would be sad.
i did like a sweet stand, where you can only choose one where I can only be happy or healthy. All the things i’ve got to go through are so difficult, to be healthy, that i’m not happy. So its either go through them and be sad, or be happy not go through them but then be ill.
Because M.E is an invisible illness I wanted to create a piece of artwork design that would get peoples attention by creating a strong visual impact as to what it feels like to suffer from M.E
M.E awareness design of how it feels to suffer from M.E, The sewn up mouth not being able to speak, tears from the eye sadness, confused brain, brain fog, all races and genders are affected by it.
The ME pain monster, never far from my body, leaves me feeling helpless.
Infertility is cruel and heartless. It devours everything around it.
You look perfectly normal, nobody can see your pain and
you wear a mask all of the time. You tell people that you’re
fine, but really that’s how I see myself.
This is a metaphorical drawing of a place representing an emotion
This is a metaphorical image of emotions being drawn as a place with the idea that confusion and isolation can leave you feeling trapped but also that there is always some form of light and hope
There is the occasional ray of sunshine through the clouds. 😊