Pas Perdu 'zines
If you like to be prepared for any eventuality, how do you do that in the afterlife? It's stultifyingly impossible in the Celestial DMV. What tips help you navigate where to go or what forms to fill out if you're not dead? You find someone who is mostly dead. You get a sheet ghost.
Sheet Ghosts provide you with not just questions but answers that don't sound like stereo instructions! They are ageless. The stories and themes can and will affect everyone sometime and someday. It's the one intolerance that is least understandable since everyone will face it one day. Alone. But it can be met with dignity.
The Japanese give their oldest and gifted artists and artisan the name "national treasures." Disciplines In oil, watercolor, pastels, lithographs, etching, book arts, digital tablet or App Art and now Zines. I have worked in art since I could hold a crayon. I should be a national treasure! It takes just time and really one piece of paper. My first zines I used my digital art repurposed. Once I got used to the format my Zines are developing their own looks all the better to ask their own questions.
Themes include: Ghosts, dark side of women's issues, questions on the afterlife
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