Dorota Masłowska's We Are All Good is a play about Polish Identity. The small, cramped house is filled with family monologues, black and white images of the Mopey Old Woman, the dullness of Halina's everyday life, and the pixeled, colorful world of Small Metal Girl. The multi-threaded nature of the drama allows for incorporation the spirit richness of societies shimmering with advertisements experienced by us all into the book. The entire scale of shades develops a space for spam, unwanted elements, so common that it makes them more unnoticeable. From a kaiser roll to the pope, from smog and perfume, from kindergarten to Opole- everything here at the same time contradictory and fitting. The aesthetics of the daily deals was the starting point bringing the text and the illustration together. Social folklore becomes a blessing and a proof backwardness, it makes us distinctive and different from each other, a chaos that can be conjured up with the wish that we are all good.