Sex, Drugs, Etc

Inspired by Beach Weather's song, "Sex, Drugs, Etc", this combination of digital painting and graphic design shines a light on the recent reflection Kayla has had on her and her peers' inappropriate relationship with sex, drugs, alcohol, and self harm during their adolescence. 

No longer romanticizing the culture surrounding sex, drugs, alcohol, and self harm, Kayla is relieved that she realized so early on that she does not need these things to enjoy her life, preventing her from forming potentially dangerous habits down the line.