Did these for the Telegraph UK in November 2012 for a piece about body dysmorphic disorder. With a topic like this, the literal approach is wrong. I know what I look like when I visualize my ideal self, and the “space” between that and what I see in the mirror. For anyone else, I couldn’t imagine. So the thing to draw wasn’t a thin girl seeing a fat girl (it was a girl in this story, but yes I know body dysmorphia effects both men and women), but a girl not-seeing herself at all. Or, what that distance between self and truth might look like. I always enjoy illustrating from the DSM. Anyone want to send me some more mindphantoms? Thank you Danielle!