Using Her Eye As The Canvas Tal Peleg Takes Makeup Eye-Art To The Dark Side For Halloween

October 24, 2016 by

"Makeup can be so much more than meets the eye..." - Tal Peleg Meet Tal Peleg, an insanely talented visual artist from Israel with a unique specialty… eye-art. Using her own eye as the canvas and makeup as the paint, she creates micro-illustrations that incorporate the shape of the eye to tell a detail-rich visual story. Finding ... [Read More]


Watch Photographer Turn 3-Year-Old Daughter Into Wonder Woman In Epic Photo Series

October 20, 2016 by

"My 3-year-old daughter is obsessed with Wonder Woman so being a good dad/commercial photographer I had to do something about it." - Josh Rossi After two months of intricate planning, spending $1,500 on a handmade leather costume that’s a spot-on ... [Read More]


#DefendHer Campaign: Celebrating Courageous Women Activists Defending Human Rights

September 28, 2016 by

Visual artist Maria Maria Acha-Kutscher is proud to call herself a feminist. In fact, it’s the driving force behind most of her work. In her latest project the artist has partnered with Global Fund for Women, JASS, and MADRE to illustrate 14 “DefendHers” – human rights defenders ... [Read More]


Astronaut Kate Rubins Wears Special “Courage” Spacesuit Decorated By Pediatric Cancer Patients

September 21, 2016 by

Expedition 49 Flight Engineer and cancer biologist Kate Rubins, who is currently living and working on the International Space Station, recently revealed COURAGE, an awesome, hand-painted spacesuit decorated by pediatric cancer patients recovering at the MD Anderson Cancer Center. ... [Read More]


Designer Handcrafts Bags And Backpacks Out Of Wood As Unique Way To ‘Keep It All Together’

September 19, 2016 by

Inspired by nature, Merve Burma has been handcrafting the most unique bags and backpacks out of real wood since 2011. To up the awesome of her Istanbul-based woodworking brand Grav Grav, she recently added a new collection that features a whole nother layer of artistry... cross stitching. Using colorful ... [Read More]


Video: Photographer Brings 19 Strangers Together To Combat Negative Self-Talk In Empowered Shoot

September 9, 2016 by

Click image to play video of photoshoot Cindy Johnson is a boudoir photographer based in central Indiana whose passion is to "show women how beautiful they truly are.” Through her work, she sees firsthand how "women are so great about seeing only beauty in others," but as she says, "unfortunately we have a tendency ... [Read More]


Combining Breastfeeding With Snark Makes For One “Very Crafty” 6 Panel Comic

July 26, 2016 by

An oldie, but a great-ie, you should know 'Very Crafty,' this 6 panel comic by writer and artist Heather Cushman-Dowdee, the creator of Hathor the Cowgoddess and Mama Is, comics about breastfeeding, homebirthing, attachment parenting and motherhood. "The combination of breastfeeding, snarky response, and craft" inspired a whole lot of people (including us) ... [Read More]


Emma Lazarus: The Woman Who Gave The Statue Of Liberty Her Powerful Voice

July 22, 2016 by

167 years ago today, on July 22 in 1849, famed American poet Emma Lazarus was born in New York City to a wealthy sugar refining family of Portuguese Sephardic Jewish descent. A writer from an early age, she went on to become part of the late nineteenth century New York literary elite, and at age 34 penned the inspiring sonnet that would give the Statue of ... [Read More]