Ten artists take us on a journey from virtual meeting rooms in Malaysia and Singapore to the streets of Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand. They ponder the intensely personal impact of the pandemic and picture large-scale protests for democracy.
Author Archives: Julia Hannie
Julia Hannie (a.k.a Nie!) is a graphic designer/illustrator from Malaysia, born in the city of KL and thriving in the mountains of Ipoh. She currently loves handling publications but has also dabbled in product design and film. Her illustrations and ramblings can be found on her Instagram and Twitter, @nieniekoto, and can be reached via her email email@example.com
Enough: Reflections on the Women’s March
Demonstrations and protest marches can be highly visible manifestations of activism and grassroots sentiment. But what of those who aren’t able, for a variety of reasons, to join such marches? What can they do—and will it ever be enough?