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Hannah K. Lee: Everyone Else is Younger and More Talented

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Illustration: Hannah K. Lee’s beautiful portrayal of the insecurities felt by every young artist

The fourth issue of Hannah K. Lee’s risograph zine, Everyone Else is Younger and More Talented, is a beautiful portrayal of the insecurities felt by every young artist. Spiky, stringy shapes and forms wriggle through one another, evoking nerves and the inside of a mind which is riddled with doubt. On one side of a page, Hannah portrays a dream compliment, and on the other, a twisted, frightful version, a fear of what people might say or think. A lovely little book of wonderfully expressive patterns and designs, there to remind you that you are never alone in your anxieties.

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