Dangerdust… Stealthy Duo Of Artists Turns Chalkboard “Vandalism” Into Dream Job

January 19, 2015 by

Their senior year at Columbus College of Art & Design, an anonymous duo of artists became legendary chalkboard vandals known only as Dangerdust. Week after week, under the cover of night, they'd sneak into a building on campus, and create elaborate works of chalk art on an old chalkboard that was floating around. Once discovered, ... [Read More]

This Is What Bright, Successful, Accomplished Women Are Asked On The Red Carpet

This Is What Bright, Successful, Accomplished Women Are Asked On The Red Carpet

January 16, 2015 by

"Seeing one woman's intelligence ignored so she can be a walking advertisement might inspire an eye roll. Seeing it happen over and over and OVER might inspire a revolution." #AskHerMore Via Upworthy ... [Read More]


Mighty Car Mashup: Artist Designs Sweet Rides For 9 Classic Superheroes Using Classic Volkswagen T1 Van

January 15, 2015 by

Superhero loving WYSK readers, meet Netherlands based designer, Chungkong. By day he's a brand identity and advertising designer, and by all other hours he's an artist, creating his own original work. His latest is this series of super cool posters that feature his vehicular vision ... [Read More]


Gloria Steinem Has A Book Club

January 15, 2015 by

You may have heard that Mark Zuckerberg recently launched a book club, but what you may not know is that legendary feminist, journalist, and social and political activist Gloria Steinem has also launched a book club of sorts called, Reading Our Way to the Revolution. ... [Read More]

Distributing Dignity

Distributing Dignity: A Mission To Get Much Needed Pads, Tampons, And Bras To Women And Girls In Homeless Shelters

January 15, 2015 by

Food, water, shelter, safety, warmth. These are just a few of the weighty concerns that homeless people have daily. But imagine being a woman or girl living on the street or in a shelter and, on top of all else, having to ration out or go without pads and tampons every month. ... [Read More]

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Sisters Ask For Canned Goods Instead Of Birthday Gifts To Help Local Pantry

January 14, 2015 by

On Christmas Eve two Austin, Texas based sisters (ages 11 and 7) created food gift packages and hand-delivered them to the homeless. Around that same time, a trio of 5-year-old girls from Keego Harbor, Michigan donated their hair to children with cancer. And next week, Anna Foerg, an 8-year-old from the Lafayette, Indiana area, will be celebrating her birthday by doing ... [Read More]


From The Internet Archive: The Delightful “Diary Of A Little Girl In Old New York”

January 14, 2015 by

Internet Archive, a non-profit library offering access to more than 13 million books, movies, music and more, recently posted the Diary of a Little Girl in Old New York. The book is the 1849-1850 diary of Catherine Elizabeth Havens, a precocious ten year old girl from a prominent family in New York City. ... [Read More]

Paint Department

“Heeeeelllllloooooooo Gorgeous!” Was Not What I Asked For When I Went To Buy Paint

January 14, 2015 by

On a recent trip to a major home improvement store to pick-up the essentials for a weekend painting project, I went with a very specific list in mind and the plan was to divide and conquer. I would get the paint, and my boyfriend would get the rollers, trays, tape, brushes, etc. It was late on a Friday night, the store was relatively ... [Read More]