Public Insecurities is an ongoing process of identifying, documenting, editing, designing and printing large scale posters addressing personal insecurities.
Public Insecurities began as a visual diary documenting daily thoughts of insecurities and transplanting those thoughts into a large scale poster design. Hannah Hwang’s project involved a process of identifying, documenting, editing, designing and printing these large scale posters which allowed her to be more accepting of her own insecurities
By exposing her own vulnerabilities and celebrating her authentic self, Hannah attempts to inspire others to do the same. When we visualize our insecurities and embrace our imperfections, we can create a more compassionate and inclusive world. Instead of feeling ashamed or embarrassed by our flaws through externalizing our imperfections, we can learn to see them as unique aspects of our individuality. Public Insecurities serves as a call to action for people everywhere to recognize their intrinsic beauty and inspire others to visualize their insecurities as well. Public Insecurities hopes to spark a larger conversation about the importance of self-love and acceptance, and to encourage a shift towards a more positive and inclusive culture.