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Franz Lang is an Italian illustrator.  After successfully completing a BA in Fine Arts at the Academy of Venice, she moved to London (UK) where she now lives and works surrounded by plants. You can check out her website here.

Posts contributed to by Franz Lang

The Fake Geek Girl

Writing by Hannah Forsdike // Illustration by Franz Lang // Girls in this community are always accused of ‘faking it for attention’. Women who show an interest in ‘geeky’ content are quizzed relentlessly, forced to prove our knowledge for the right to call ourselves a fan.

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The True Overachievers of This World

Writing by Olivia Ireland // Illustration by Franz Lang // Numbers, medals, and certificates seem to define a person’s achievements. However, what really adds to the quality and depth to a person’s time throughout university and life is having the ability to lift other people up, commit even when the world around you says no and create a positive environment.

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Has Yoga Lost its Focus?

Writing by Dr DP // Illustration by Franz Lang // Given my south Asian heritage, yoga was cultivated at a young age so that children could develop tranquillity and peace within one’s mind. It formed a lifestyle choice of protecting our environment and taming our egos.

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Being Multiracial

Writing by Kim Koelmeyer // Illustration by Franz Lang // All in all, cultural identity is tricky. Every person experiences it differently, and cannot simply be confined by a particular biological nationality.

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My Two Minds Part 3

Writing by Freya Madders // Illustration by Franz Lang // All the patients were people who I believed to be capable of better things and worthy of a better life. They, like everyone with this illness, don’t deserve to be suffering the way they are.

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My Two Minds Part 2

Writing by Freya Madders // Illustration by Franz Lang // It was strange that I felt like such a failure and so terrible about myself after eating anything, yet the people who loved and cared for me would always tell me they were proud of me and that I showed courage and bravery for doing so.

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My Two Minds Part 1

Writing by Freya Madders // Illustration by Franz Lang // I’d forgotten who I was apart from my eating disorder. I could no longer separate the two of us: ED and me.

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