ON THE ROAD... (Dean will be dead some day)
5 zines, 5 posters; recycled paper & colour strings

They thought we were crazy. Dean and I went back home playing catch from each sidewalk of the street. We tried extra-special catches, diving over bushes and barely missing posts. When a car came by I ran alongside and flipped the ball to Dean just barely behind the vanishing bumper. He darted and caught it and rolled in the grass, and flipped it back for me to catch on the other side of a parked bread truck.
On the Road by Jack Kerouac

An inspiration for creating the zines was Jack Kerouac's book "On the Road" from 1957.
It touches the aspects of human relationships that sometimes are so intimate it is extremely hard to talk about, to describe them using words - like a tree that falls in the forest and no one hears it. What is an empathy? The feeling when we try to find the way to name things, the definitions are becoming less crucial, they almost disappear. But the final question is, do emotions take over the words?