garlic-breath distancing – covidcard no. 100
“People should use the “garlic-breath distance” to decipher whether they are close enough to another person for coronavirus transmission to occur, an expert has said… When you’re talking to a friend or sharing the same air as you’re listening to your friend talking, we call it the garlic-breath distance. So if you can smell your friend’s lunch you’re inhaling some of that air as well as any virus that’s inhaled with it.”
I used a combination of HB pencil, pencil sharpener and shavings, and a scratchy thing, on 10cm X 10cm on 250g acid-free Clarirefontaine paper.
There are more covidcards and drawn to… music drawings on my Instagram.