In April 2015, Sally Nixon launched a project with the name ‘ 365 ‘ in which she had to create a sketch for every day of the year. As it was not easy to think new ideas so often, Sally began to look for inspiration in her own life and everyday moments.
The artist wanted to show the physical side of women, beyond the selfies on Instagram, Snapchat filters and all forms of social networks. Women in sketches of Nixon are doing everyday things, like bathroom hygiene, eat in bed, wash their teeth, walking home without pants and staring on tv with their girlfriends. In other words, they are free from the look of others.
“They don’t have the perfect bodies or perfect habits and therefore women can identify more easily with them. The sets that create around them are everyday places: a bathroom, a restaurant, a messy bedroom. However, my goal with every sketch is to raise the seemingly indifferent to something special.“, Sally said.