The Year Big Things Squeezed Us into Smaller Places

Pulse’s associate director of creative and digital, Ben Cooper (main photo), says of all of 2020’s hell we’ve gone from thinking big to rediscovering small…

It’s been a big year. Bigger than most. An unprecedented amount of big, some may say. The infancy of 2020 brought us blankets of choking smoke and nation-wide destruction. It then segued into an epidemic-turned-pandemic that shut down the world’s borders and economies, and cost us the lives of millions. It all seemed unfathomably big – and despite the control that we, as humans, thought we had on the world, 2020 felt like mother nature telling us to go to our collective room for twelve months. With no dinner.


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