Climate Collapse A comic zine where talks about emission impact on daily scene

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The project aims to visually raise the instinct connection and physical detachment between us and nature. This all comes at the same time as our entire society is spending less time outside; instead surrounded by fresh air, trees.We often forgot nature connection is much more about having meaningful experiences with nature. Through the comic zine where highlights the urgency of climate change tangible by mirroring the personal ecology footprint with the actual impact on the earth.


Thanks to her multicultural background she is really keen is bring, mix and combine different cultural-based styles into her work. During the development of her illustration, she used Chinese calligraphy painting mixed with screenprinting. In addition, she has believe the natural life circle of objects and human beings. Consequently, she treats really carefully about her works by using only eco-friendly materials and also methods. 

A3 Comic Zine / Poster | Print : Screen-printing 4 colours per side 8 colours in total | Paper: Recycle paper 170gsm 


Xiaolu is a graphic designer currently based in London. Previously raised in Milan Italy and born in China. 

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