Max Löffler interprets the anxieties and worries of modern life in his gloomy zine

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German illustrator Max Löffler’s project Daymare Boogie is “an attempt to understand and grasp this raging current called modern life”. Addressing our imperfections and the anxieties faced by all, the black and white zine looks at the issues surrounding individuals in society. “The idea derives from a project I did before called Psychic Vault. It was about subconscious memory and I had a lot more ideas that would fit in the zine, so I just kept on illustrating,” explains Max. “When I had a decent amount, I stumbled upon 100for10 by Melville Brand Design, which is an artist book project with each book consisting of 100 black and white pages available to buy for 10€. I contacted them and started to work on the illustrations so that they would fit in the concept of Daymare Boogie.”

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