HEADACHE — The universal experience
An inside look at the clothing brand that is taking off at UP
In an instant, you feel a rush of pressure rise to your head. The aching pain tingles across the front of your scalp as the pressure tightens. It sharply calls for your attention, hands meeting your head to try and relieve the throbbing pain: a headache.
For most, the relief comes in the form of medicine or rest. For sophomore Isaac Ajayi, the relief comes in the form of a pencil and paper, scribbling until the pain transforms into art.
“I was in a space where I wished I was making more art,” Ajayi said. “Once I had the headache, I told myself ‘let me let me start drawing.’ It hurt, it was a really bad headache. So, I just started scribbling and drawing. I made sure I didn't erase anything that I was drawing.”