Helena Traill’s book brings together a hundred people’s stories, who have been affected by cancer. What began as her final degree project at Central Saint Martins (think Alexander McQueen and Stella McCartney) has developed into something much bigger.
The book aims to promote open discussion and to normalise the cancer conversation by narrating other people’s personal and honest stories.
Find out more about Helena here.
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Art. Conversations. Stories. Brilliant!
This book is amazing. Not only because it is helping to further the conversation around cancer and to bring it into daily conversation but it also shows how different everyone is with a cancer experience. We aren’t all bald and attached to drips. Many are out and about with hair looking like anyone else. Helena is incredibly talented and it’s also a great piece of art. Even if you ignore all the cancer stuff!
Important, educational, life-affirming.
What a brilliant idea for a book. I love the differing personalities and stories; I learned so much from so many of them! I really hope this book does well. We need more honesty and diversity in the cancer community.
Beautifully put together, touching with an important message behind it. This book has done fantastic things for those who have been suffering with cancer, and really allows the reader to see into the lives and stories of ordinary people who have had the terrible misfortune of having been diagnosed with the illness.