Girls of D.C.

At the first mention of Washington, D.C the first thing people think about is the White House. It’s safe to say that DC is not known for the artistic youth that live and work in the crevices of this capital city, slowly stirring up an artistic revolution that is sure to take the art scene...

❤ Gyrl Gaze- The Pastels ❤

Once upon a time, a trio of girls from Australia decided to create a beauty Youtube channel unaware of how massive an impact they would make or how many people they would reach. In December of 2014, The Pastels was born and 74 videos and 4,335 subscribers later, they are making more than a dent...

❤ 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- Tabita Rezaire ❤

The internet is a space that is moved and navigated by the other; marginalized people, women, queer kids, immigrants, etc. At least, this is what I’ve always believed. With the flow of discourse and art that exists on the internet amongst people of colour, women, and queer folk,

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...

Gyrl Gaze: Sanaa Hamid

The topic of cultural appropriation and how it correlates with the digital age has been a prominent one on the Internet, but it’s hard to see anyone try to relay this conversation beyond a text post on tumblr. Sanaa Hamid is the brilliant mastermind behind “Cultural Appropriation: A Conversation,” a photography project that broke down...

Gyrl Gaze: Shade Mag

Tumblr has always been a haven for people looking to start a movement and get their voice across. Though this has certainly put the focus more on marginalised people, there has been a lack of critical voice and a huge lack of inclusion when it comes to people of colour. But recently, there’s a wave...