Pixel Pixie is a self-portrait series that exists through a lens of reimagining the self as something otherworldly. It draws inspiration from Nathalia’s childhood, one filled with mythical creatures, poor internet and queerness. In its fairy-like manner, the first image, still sharp and clear, embodies the detachment from gender and humanness they felt as a kid. The second one, more pixelated, represents the fogginess of identity that comes from being queer in a world whose design does not always include you. In its more pixelated manner, the second portrait represents the constant deconstruction and construction that queer bodies face in a quest to reclaim and recognise their inner “you” through an outer lens.