To show all my work of the first year of my advertising study, I made a zine. I noticed that the recurring theme of my projects could be traced back to my ADD. I parodised the ritalin packaging, the ‘tablets’ are rolled up images linked to my projects and in the prescription I described my work!

This zine showed me the importance of interactivity and exploration. It was fun not to simply tell about the projects but let people peel the zine open themselves and find out what the rolled-up pills were.

After looking back on what I made the first year, I decided to follow an elective on how to study efficiently with ADD. This class answered some questions I didn’t know I had. Haven’t needed to take ritalin to work on stuff since 🙂