If I found this zine by Sarah Hudson on the ground one day, it would be the kind of thing that would inspire me. I’m not so sure you can buy that kind of experience.
Comprised of a single thought scattered across some worn-out looking paper, the booklet embodies the idea it puts forth. However, this nice reflection on the romanticized dream of living off the grid left me feeling a bit underwhelmed. This tiny booklet did, however, lead me to the creator’s website where she showcases some intriguing films that deal with growing up, the past, relationships and the uncertainty of everyday life. So maybe it was worth it. (Katharine Snider-McNair)
Zine, Sarah Hudson, sarahhudson.org, $1