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Dare/Fail

My piece cites the iconic still from the film The Night of the Living Hunter in which the lead character has tattooed the words “love” and “hate” on his knuckles. I replaced that with the words “dare” and “fail” – the fear of possible failure is so often holding me back from trying out things and taking risks, and to me it´s a crucial learning process to try and overcome that, and acknowledge that you can only win by trying.

 

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Written by Craestor

Craestor is a female-identified artist from Berlin, Germany. She´s currently working on a project about mental health comics made by women and regularly does contributions to zines, independent magazines and blogs. She likes feminism, beer and trench coats.

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