2012 / [Alex Creep].
- Creep, Alex
About this work
Also known as
Two thousand and twelve
[Place of punlication not identified] : Alex Creep, [2012?]
39 pages : black and white illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm
Title from cover.
"Summer-December 2012 was a pretty gross time and as well as my friends and family keeping me going, I also went back to drawing/keeping a diary as a way of getting my feelings out and to try and keep my mind occupied. For some reason, I decided that instead of doing a page at a time and dating them, like I'd done fastidiously during my teenage years, I'd dip into random pages in the book and just draw (or occasionally write) in an attempt to get all of it out. As such, the pages here don't actually follow each other chronologically and I used different pens at different times - biro, ink and thick felt-tip depending on what was close-by."--Provided by zinester.
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Location Status AccessClosed storesZ195