Tiny space living interview for Maker's Movement, Issue: Movement

Bi-annual print magazine for artists and makers to share their work and stories. This month's theme is around "Movement." My illustrations are about my personal journey of moving to a tiny space and another piece about the alternative living movement.

Here's an excerpt from my interview: 

"Moving to a tiny space has taught me the joy and ease of possessing less. I am no longer distracted by my things and I spend less time trying to organize them. I have more free time just by cutting down on household duties, because it’s very easy to maintain a small room. We also produce less waste from no shopping, are more sustainable by doing laundry by hand, and are not contributing to mass production and sweatshops. I can be more mindful of my consumption and practice sustainable living. I also love being able to work and live in the same space. I am more focused during my creative process and have the time and energy to practice the things that nurture my creativity."

 Maker's Movement illustration, decluttering illustration
 Maker's Movement illustration, tiny home illustration

Order Issue 6: Movement here