Not All Mental Health is Visible is a poster with the potential to be a video campaign, which aims to raise awareness of mental health disorders, specifically of those with Anxiety Disorder and Depression.
How can we make mental health visible to the public? While it is thought that around one in four people in the world will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives, there is still a great issue in regards to the stigma around mental health and those affected by it. Create a campaign which not only helps to stamp out the stigma around mental health, but also aims to educate the public on how mental health can affect those, even when you least expect it.
After looking at a series of case studies from those who have experienced some kind of mental health problem, I came up with two possible concepts; the first one being a series of long exposure self-portraits, which aim to reveal the hidden emotions associated with mental health and the other being a series of photographs focusing on mental health in the comfort of your own home, with a starting idea of transforming duvet covers into waves.