“Sometimes”: Artist Illustrates a Series on Mental Health – Design You Trust

“Sometimes”: Artist Illustrates a Series on Mental Health

According to Tony Tran: “Hello everyone, I wanted to share a series I illustrated called “sometimes” a series of personal scenarios that I’ve been working on and yet still feel vulnerable expressing. I’ve been sketching these out for months and now I finally have them feeling right to share.

One of the reasons I was inspired to draw this was to open deeper conversations with others about emotions by drawing these out.”

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