A LIFE FULL OF HOLES
This is the story of a man who lived a life full of holes. His name was William Lyttle, we used to call him the Mole man of Hackney.
That comes from the lower levels, under the underclass , deep beneath it all.
See, moles are known to be unconscious but dig in a specific direction.
In a period of lockdown, words travel when bodies can't.
Counting a few hundred posters laid around the city.
For further informations or need of help to burrow holes ? : firstname.lastname@example.org
A Life Full of Holes is a short story exploring the life and death of William Lyttle known as the mole-man of Hackney (London, UK). The novel depict the portrait of a society where getting lost seems like the only way to walk and where digging holes turns out to be the only way to find exile. The limited edition of the zine was distributed to 8 different locations on Earth during the first semester of the pandemic.
« In times of confinement words travel when bodies can’t. »
TO READ THE STORY, CLICK ON me