Unexpectedly thriving in lockdown


During last year’s lockdowns, what was considered ‘normal’ was thrown under the spotlight. While some can’t wait for life to return to ‘normal’, illustrator Sarah Firth thinks we can redefine aspects of our lives to be more accessible for more people – so more people can thrive.


This piece is part of Assemble Papers 13 Mind the Gap, published at the beginning of February 2021. Find the print version of Mind the Gap at cafes across Melbourne, or order a copy from our webshop and pay only postage costs.