Conceived during the early months of the pandemic, FEED began as an exploration and celebration of food and natural resource through illustrations of fruits and vegetables drawn on oversized cookbook pages. Recipes are well-worn and intimate instructions, often covered in the remnants of cooking, dusted in flour, and passed on through generations as much-loved secrets. The casual sacredness of these instructions became even more so during a time when one could not travel to see loved ones and resources became suddenly scarce, both in the physical world and emotionally. In a subtle way, FEED holds on to the memories of hearth and home, of family and nourishment.