FEVER DREAMS: Limited edition

Sakara Birdsong Fever Dreams
Sakara Birdsong Fever Dreams
Sakara Birdsong Fever Dreams
Sakara Birdsong Fever Dreams
Sakara Birdsong Fever Dreams
Sakara Birdsong Fever Dreams
Sakara Birdsong Fever Dreams
Sakara Birdsong Fever Dreams
Sakara Birdsong Fever Dreams
Sakara Birdsong Fever Dreams
Sakara Birdsong Fever Dreams
Sakara Birdsong Fever Dreams
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FEVER DREAMS: Limited edition

150.00

8x8 zine signed

1 Original Polaroid from the book and signed (first come first serve in the order of purchase)

A 12X12in print of your choice

Estimated time of shipping is December 6th

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Welcome to Fever Dreams ;

At some point, we take our trauma’s and bury them deep down into ourselves - a precious secret we guard. No matter who, from your lover, to your mother, these things we keep in the dark haunt us.

Throughout my life I have tried trusting people; to bring them close and let my guard down. Time and time again humans prove they can be beautiful and monstrous in the same moment in time. I have come to a point in my life that I have realized that keeping these memories and these nightmares to myself only hurts me. I want to share my nightmares and my experiences and create a dialogue for people who suffer, who deal with mental health issues, trust issues, self worth and much more.

With these images and the collaboration of short stories I bring you Fever Dreams. A collection of moments in my life where I felt worthless, broken, a shell of my former self.

We touch on topics of depression, death, mental health and more.

I hope you can enter this with an open mind and an open heart.

About the Book;

Fever Dreams is a limited edition Zine: Throughout this collection, there are 6 short stories to narrate the 43 original Polaroids you see.

Printed by NIGHTED LIFE

Limited edition of 100 (numbered in front)

Editor: Olivia Roberts

In collaboration with:  Laura Ho, Ivan Torres, Lexi Greenberg, Carrie Leilam, Fidjit,

Natalya Pavlova, Wesley Grant, Julian Villalva & Daniel Shubat, Michael Todd