The Quarantine Zine is collection of 500 different artists’ thoughts, fears, hopes, and dreams from the early months of the COVID 19 Pandemic.

We created and curated the Quarantine Zine in the early days of social distancing as a way to help connect isolated artists from around the world and provide them with a community to share their creativity.

Over the course of four months, we were able to organize and share 500 different artists’ work with over 25,000 people online.

The Zine’s website was asked to be permanently archived in the Library of Congress due to its historical and cultural relevance.

Here are some of our favorite pages from the project. Click on the link to view the rest!