misreading my madness (2016)
a hero is usually flying or swinging around a metropolis in some silly suit face hidden behind a mask... this is not the case for zach thompson, a bedroom dwelling doodling self destructive individual fighting for freedom. trapped inside the reality he has created with his bare hands, and a few art supplies, our hero showcases his progression and evolution within every illustrated scene. 'misreading my madness' takes us inside his mental that is memorized by the mysteries of this world. years worth of effort and emotions manifested this collection of pieces that is finally ready for the public to preview. the first moment you enter there is a familiar feeling of a lost dystopian adolescence. fear paints parts of the picture pitch black while the other remains occupied by war ridden children draped in destroyed colorful clothes. words echo the scene like a subconscious speaking to you during an sketchy situation. new worlds that inhabit crazed and cuddly creatures will continually welcome you. scattered as the creators brain the book sends surprises full from self pity to progressive solutions on how to stay alive.