After a Mother’s Death, Drawing All The Things

Art speaks volumes when words fail, and especially in ‘The Imaginary Library.’

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There are endless ways to explore one’s loss. And we love how Cecila Yang is exploring hers. In 2018 she created The Imaginary Library when she decided to do a 100 Day Project after her mother’s death. For a hundred days, she explored grief and the things that are felt but often unsaid. Almost two years later she is still drawing. We love how she captures both the large and the seemingly small moments of how we fold loss into our lives. And we think you will, too.

 

 

Cecilia Yang is a designer in San Francisco who writes and illustrates in her spare time. You can find her illustrations about grief at The Imaginary Library.

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