The project began with a book called Go Fish by the artist Mr. Fish and the work inside was unlike anything I had seen before. It was Monty Python-esque in its humor: outrageous, playful, freethinking, and a little dirty. But it was also heartbreaking in how honestly it looked at our communal dysfunction. I had found an artist who was speaking to the world I struggle to make sense of. In a time of spin, false narratives, and information overload, cutting-edge voices like Mr. Fish provoke a deeper conversation than the mainstream media can offer.