We are so incredible hard on our own looks, and that's because there is a narrow beauty ideal, we are forced to compare ourselves to. You're supposed to be a certain shape, size or a certain height.
How do products affect our mental health and social norms?
How can we be content with our beautiful differences instead?
'Embodied Dysmorphia' is a Bachelor Degree Project by Anne Skoug Obel.
Beckmans School of Design, 2019