Shea Fitzpatrick is a designer who sometimes makes comics, music, websites, essays, jewelry, drawings, and gifs. Shea lives and makes things with others in Brooklyn.

TWO PEOPLE IN A ROOM OVER TIME (2019)

Two People in a Room Over Time is a comic about a room with not enough furniture. It uses abstract sequential imagery to echo the nuanced spatial relationships of a human interaction and emotional experience—e.g. comfortable silence, newly uncomfortable silence.

Two People in a Room Over Time was developed as a member of Crit and displayed as a series of 4-color risograph prints as part of Wallplay's ON CANAL Experience.

I DIDN'T ASK FOR THE HABIT (2018)

I Didn't Ask for the Habit explores two homonymous but distinct phenomena: a physical act of removal and an emotional state of remove.

STRETCH BREAKS (2019)

Stretch Breaks is an impractical collection of exercises for computer-caused pain management. Nodding to credentialed medical advice and ergonomics, Stretch Breaks offers suggestions for balancing conflations of productivity and self-worth, chronic pain, and conscious pursuits of bodily escapism. It is apologetically hand-drawn.

Stretch Breaks was created for the First Computer Mouse Conferece held at ITP at NYU on November 9th, 2019.

Research for this project was compiled here and was featured on Are.na's Instagram.

WRITING

SKETCHES

Experiments with animation, 3D modeling, and programmatic tools.

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