Currently studying computer science and visual art at Harvard University, Ahsante Bean explores the intersection of art, design and technology. Ahsante created the photo campaign #itooamharvard, highlighting the faces and voices of black Harvard students.
“Our voices often go unheard on this campus, our experiences are ... [Read More]
This visionary artist is turning the garden upside down, and we LOVE it!
Rebecca Louise Law, a floral installation artist, has been working with flowers for over 17 years. Inspired exclusively by natural materials, Rebecca’s work explores the relationship between “the human being and the ephemeral nature of flowers.” ... [Read More]
One in three women will be raped or beaten in her lifetime.
It’s a staggering and unforgiving statistic, and the one that has inspired artist Samantha Humphreys’s What If? series, a powerful statement about violence against women.
The series is based on the theoretical question of, “What if we were to teach our children ... [Read More]
Whether you're following this year's winter Olympics or not, you can't help but love these incredibly charming sketches of scenes from Sochi by New Yorker cartoonist Liza Donnelly. Here are two of our favorites, you can check out the rest on her Twitter feed.
Ms. Donnelly has been drawing cartoons about culture and politics for over thirty years. In addition to her work for The New Yorker, ... [Read More]
Art director Suzanne Heintz was fed up with the constant judgment of her single status from friends, family and strangers. So instead of continuing to grin and bear it, she did something about it and got herself a family... but, it’s not what you think. ... [Read More]
We always say at Women You Should Know "you don’t need to be moving mountains to make a difference", which is exactly what came to mind when we met Madison "Peach" Steiner, founder of the non-profit, Peach’s Neet Feet.
Through random acts of kindness, Madison and her team at Peach’s Neet Feet, create and donate custom, ... [Read More]
Child birth is tough enough, but imagine having to walk 44 miles over nine days on a frozen river just to reach the nearest hospital to give birth safely? Oh yeah... then you have to make the same trip in reverse to bring your newborn home, all while the temperature plummets to -35°C (-31ºF)! ... [Read More]
Architectural artists Lauren Sagar and Sharon Campbell from Manchester, England are specialists in large-scale glass installations. They create outstanding masterpieces for public spaces, where their art becomes a part of people’s everyday lives. The duo’s most recent project, The Chandelier of Lost Earrings, is not just for viewing by the public, but actually makes them a fundamental part of the ... [Read More]