Covid Drawings is an artist book containing fifty seven digital drawings by Josephine Mead, created during various stages of lock-down in 2020. The drawings act as meditations on the pandemic—through both personal and global frameworks. The book has been printed at a limited edition of 100 copies, all of which are numbered/signed. The grey linen covers have been bound and embossed by hand. The drawings are accompanied by an introductory essay courtesy of writer Daniel Stephensen. This publication was possible thanks to generous support from Whittlesea Arts.
76 pages, clothbound hardcover, self-published (Melbourne).