Scarlett Carlos Clarke by Antonia Marsh

[cycloneslider id=”antonia-scarlett”] Ahead of our fourth issue launch tomorrow night at MOTH club, (preorder and event details here), we publish the second part of a head to head interview with photographer Scarlett Carlos Clarke and curator Antonia Marsh. See the first part and accompanying shoot by Scarlett in issue four. “Less than a week after Scarlett...

Pepo Fernandez

20 year old chilean photographer and LCC student. im often inspired by wastelands, feminism and tacky 2003’s fashion. i want to live in a world where theres no gender binary and no ‘closet’ to come out from. View Pepo’s work for Polyester here WWW.PEPOFERNANDEZ.COM  

SPACE SLUTS presents ‘The Future was perfect’

[cycloneslider id=”3375″] Creative director: Melanie Lehmann, Photographer: Annie Lai, Styling: Melanie Lehmann, Models: Candice Lo and Romane Delvalle, Hair: Ismail Laraqui.

“We are all destined for disgusting”- Lola Rose meets Penny Goring

“Showing your age is a radical act because women are socialised to buy and do whatever it takes to hide it. We must feel shame and hide our age – or be ridiculed and reviled. And when we can no longer disguise it we must disappear. Or be disgusting. Disgusting is to possess no value,...

Scarlett Carlos Clarke

Born in London, Scarlett Carlos Clarke became the youngest person to exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery in 2006 at the age of 14. In 2011, she created a film animation for Japanese band, Bo-Ningen for the 54th Venice Biannale, which was later shown at Yoko Ono’s Meltdown at The Southbank Centre in 2013. Alongside Luisa Le...

❤ Gyrl Gaze- Christina Poku ❤

“She does the work”. That’s the first phrase that popped into my mind when I first stumbled across Christina Poku. I was instantly hit by the variety and consistency; at first glance, one can immediately tell that Christina is an artist that does work.

Gyrl Gaze: Vivian Fu

My favourite thing about photography and the digital age today is the vulnerability and closeness that artists have in their work; there’s a link between the digital age and the ability and freedom to convey intimacy, through photography, from the artist to the viewer the way Vivian Fu does. I’ve admired Vivian Fu’s self-portraits and...