Children of iguarán
Children of Iguarán is the story of three siblings, who are figuring out their position on the Island they grew up on. They are decedents of the Goddess Iguarán.
Kamali, Kida and Kana each have to figure out where they are going to stand in history.
From a colonial point of view what happens when you think you are doing the right thing but others disagrees with you?
I wanted to a tell a story from the perspective of Islanders who are being colonised. By creating the fictional Island of Talon we get a first hand experience with these siblings.
Goddesses and magic also play a role in this story.
This work is unfinished.
Photos taken in Amelisweerd Utrecht
by Nuria de Keijzer
Story Written by Caithlin Courtney Chong
Film Edited by Caithlin Courtney Chong
story edited by Stephanie van der Biezen
Fashion for Freedom
Working on a digital fashion collection within 5 weeks. These are the print I made using and experimenting with Adobe illustrator.
Inspired by the women and children affected in the war and what stories they may have carried. I used the bases of patterns from the 1940's as my baseline while creating these patterns. But also with a splash of colour.