Elements Of The Periodic Table Illustrated

August 28, 2015 by

In 2011, Kaycie D. was working on her BFA at the Milwaukee Institute of Art. For her thesis she designed “Elements-Experiments in Character Design,” which centered on her creating a character and factoid for each element of the periodic table. In a word, they are... awesome! ... [Read More]


“Fort Ord: Beauty” A Portrait Series Exploring Modern Concepts Of Femininity

August 27, 2015 by

In a new series of portraits entitled Fort Ord: Beauty, artist Logan Norton photographed a diverse group of more than 100 women to explore modern concepts of femininity that reach "beyond stereotypical representations of women, to embrace a larger reality." ... [Read More]


Inspired By Malala, Teen Artist Creates Line Of Tees To Benefit The Nobel Laureate’s Work For Girls’ Education

August 19, 2015 by

"I remember sitting in Mrs. Medlin's English class last year and finding out that Malala is the exact same age as me--there I was sitting around doodling when someone who could be my peer is out changing the world!” So after over a year of thinking about what she could do to help, ... [Read More]


The Pep Talk Generator… A Boost Of Encouragement On Demand

August 19, 2015 by

Looking for some reassurance? Then you must check out The Pep Talk Generator, which offers encouraging words from inspiring of women, on demand. Developed by art director and editor Kara Haupt, the generator is a project from Babe Vibes, a “collection of work by creative women” that focuses on exploring feminism, ... [Read More]


Start Where You Are: An Illustrated Journal For Self Exploration

August 14, 2015 by

By Sara Barnes - Have you ever thought about starting a new project, talked about starting it, but kept holding off for the “right” time? I often suf­fer from this, even going as far as plan­ning to make a plan. Ha! Most of the time, I end up procrastinating. The truth is, there’s often no right time to start something—you just have to jump in ... [Read More]


Maude White’s Paper Carvings Are Magnificent

August 4, 2015 by

Maude White is an incredible paper artist from Upstate New York. Using a surgical knife to make thousands of tiny meticulous cuts, Maude takes a sheet of paper and creates these exquisite works of art. “I feel that there are very few things in the world as reliable and constant as paper. Paper is everywhere and it has been telling stories for centuries,” ... [Read More]

Introducing Kaila Mullady, The Female Beatbox World Champion

Introducing Kaila Mullady, The Female Beatbox World Champion

July 27, 2015 by

Kaila Mullady, a New York based performer, was recently crowned Female Beatbox World Champion. With her crazy cool skills, Kaila is making some noise in the predominately male scene. Beatbox involves producing drum beats, rhythm, and musical sounds using one's mouth, lips, tongue, and voice. ... [Read More]


Famous Masterpiece Paintings Reimagined Starring Barbie

July 27, 2015 by

With the simple goal of bringing women back into art history, French artist Catherine Théry has created a satirical mashup of epic proportions… Barbie reimagined in some of the world’s most famous masterpieces. Recently exhibited at Teodora, a contemporary gallery in Paris, the images depict Barbie invading iconic artworks ... [Read More]