Anna Haifisch is a German-based artist who works primarily in illustration, including comics, posters, and books. Drifter is a large, spiral-bound book of brightly colored drawings each accompanied by a short text. It opens with a mid-sex break-up: a couple--rendered as two, Matisse-like shapes--embraces on top of one another, beneath which black text states, "Listen, I...it's over." This begins the lead character's story; we watch as they ask if they can keep the dog, draw animals at the zoo, have said illustrations rejected by the New Yorker, and fantasize about being a dog. The drawings have a quick, gestural quality, while the text is kept simple--vague statements about a drifting person.