The Artist Is For Sale

The work is mainly sculptural in nature, the attached link has some images I took of me modeling the pieces. The collection is called “The Artist is For Sale”, and the sculptures are all replica body parts turned accessories. I know the weight that body image and traditionally m/f parts carry for a lot of...

Women In Menswear: Katie Eary

In conversation with Katie Eary, it is easy to see that she is just as, if not more, audacious than her riotous collections. Characterised by an unabashed charisma and a snappy wit, Katie Eary ushers in a new kind of menswear — one that is reinvented through a cheeky mix of bold prints and the...

Nothing Sweeter

Nothing tastes better than putting down sexist men, as shown in Ona Greenberg’s monthly comic. Exploring the sweeter side of life shouldn’t be accompanied by any bitter remarks. Comic: Ona Greenberg  

What Makes Me, Rachel Hodgson

When encountering art before knowing the artist, the imagination runs riot. Would they be tall or short? Happy or sad? How will they dress? On viewing the varying types of creative media that Rachel Hodgson puts forth into the world — from her specific style of photography to rude and crude graffiti — it’s hard...

Polly As In Polyester: An Interview With GFOTY

Flashback to early ’00s Hot Topic fashion that you could never quite pull off with Ambar Navarro’s shoot and interview with emerging British pop star GFOTY. 1. Hi GFOTY! I was so excited to hear about your new album “Call Him A Doctor” which dropped in Oct right after we did this shoot, can you tell us a...

At Least I Have Ringworm

Artist Jamie Morgan has created a series of dream hats for the overworked & underpaid. “Basically I’m just satirising myself because I’m choosing to work in a more expensive art field,” she explains, being a photographer who uses film is cripplingly pricey. Ironically the hats themselves are too expensive to make & so they exist...

Jouana Jasim On Finding Escapism

Somewhere in between claustrophobic boredom and an underlying creative desire Jouana Jasim found art (or maybe art found her). The things we wholly and truly love often have a funny way of finding us. We may never know we need something, and then soon enough we can’t imagine life without it. Or maybe we have...

A Picture Says A Thousand Words Part Two

  💖 A picture says a thousand words: second in the monthly series looking at poetry in response to images of culture queens by artist Liv Wynter – this time we’re OBSESSED with Mariah… 💖   Theories about why white str8 male poets love to write about the city as their girlfriend/wifey/bae: because they r SO ENTITLED they...

Pastels & Poetry

 ‘Pastels & Poetry’ is an ongoing poetry & photo project by published writer, Raychel Reimer. Reimer visually showcases her poetry works in uniquely assembled frames to catch the reader’s eye. The purpose of the bold colour use in Reimer’s project is to not shy away from her own personal femininity, and to deconstruct the idea...

Ugh, Boys! Part Ten

💖 Part ten of Miu Hatano‘s comic which examines all the weird & not-so-wonderful things boys say or do. 💖

Celebrate Yourself with Karina Padilla

Karina Padilla’s art lives on bags, t-shirts, paper, boots, and panels. There’s a physical energy and vibrant love to her work; each hand-made creation speaks of a deeper struggle or triumph, and unravels stories of growth and understanding. Karina’s art breathes and grows, much like she does, it is a part of her: body, Self...

A Picture Says A Thousand Words

💖 A picture says a thousand words: a new fortnightly series looking at poetry in response to images of culture queens by artist Liv Wynter – starting with Britney, bitch… 💖   A SERIES OF BREAK UP TEXTS YOU ARE PLAYING DEVILS ADVOCATE YOU ARE PLAYING AN ACOUSTIC GUITAR AT A PARTY YOU ARE CASUAL MISOGYNY AT...