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04- The (not so) Holy Trinity
The (not so) Holy Trinity is a publication that is written in a satirical, epistolary format. While it is fictional, the plot and characters are used to address three topics that are controversial and prevalent between Christianity and modern society— abortion, LGBT and capital punishment. It talks about the notion of conservatism in today’s liberal world, and the importance of taking a deliberate role in Christian faith.
01- Out of Time
During the lockdown, I’ve come to realise how everyone had a different experience of time. Some felt like time was passing by too fast, some felt like it crawled by. Whichever it was, it made me realise that time on this world is relative and waits for no one. There will eventually come a day when the world fades away, along with us humans. But that shouldn’t be seen as a negative thing. Just like how during the lockdown, nature, with time, slowly started to grow back again after constantly being cut down, stronger and more beautiful than ever. Likewise, we are called to embrace the life that we have now and transform our struggles into something more beautiful. By personifying Mother Nature, it is representative of her (and our) crumbling moments, but reversing her to grow into someone happier.
Snapchat Dysmorphia is a real thing and it’s on the rise. Aphrodite is a brand that provides psychotherapy to young women suffering or are on the verge of suffering from Body Dysmorphic Disorder. It aims to empower women to feel beautiful from within and to allow them to gain confidence in themselves so they can reach their fullest potential.
03- The Ultimate Escape
The Ultimate Escape is a branding for Audible’s crime podcast. It’s targetted to the busy young working adults who are seeking some thrill in their hectic and mundane lifestyles. The Ultimate Escape allows listeners to escape from reality, and delve into the world of criminals, and play detective from the safety of their own home.