This Polish designer created a book that puts you in the shoes of someone with dementia

The Polish photographer and communication designer turned her frustration into art.

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There are over 44 million people living with Alzheimers disease and it is also a fatal disease that cannot be cured.

Sarah Wisniewska, a Communication Design graduate from the School of Form in Poland, used her skills as a photographer to try and raise awareness. She did this through a book called Dissolving Memory.

With the book, which was inspired by her family friend Monique (who was diagnosed with Dementia) to help transfer some of the emotions people with this disease experience like  anger and frustration. She wanted to showcase the disease in a way that could be understandable to a reader.