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]

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The Feminist Thought Bubble Instagram Account… Need We Say More?

July 23, 2015 by

We are completely in love with Feminist Thought Bubble, an Instagram account by college student Molly Williams that features drawings of feminist influencers, artists, activists and fictional female characters. The charming illustrations are accompanied by quotes that tackle a wide variety of issues including ... [Read More]


Marvelous Paper Art Made From Spider-Man Comics

July 23, 2015 by

Swedish artist Cecilia Levy, a former graphic designer and bookbinder, began experimenting with paper to create sculptures back in 2009. Using old books, she tears, cuts and shreds the pages, then merges them back together to create beautiful 3-dimensional objects including cups, saucers, bowls, plates and accessories. ... [Read More]


Teen Raises Awareness Of Heartworm Disease And Medical Funds For Shelter Animals Through Her Art

July 20, 2015 by

Annie Blumenfeld is just 17 years old, and still in high school, but she’s also the President of Wags 4 Hope, a growing animal welfare non-profit she founded when she was in the eighth grade. Inspired by her beloved dog’s agonizing battle with heartworm disease, she created her organization to raise awareness of the condition ... [Read More]


Women Working For Women: Powerful Illustrations Celebrate Activists & Women Working In Nontraditional Jobs

July 16, 2015 by

Artist Maria Maria Acha-Kutscher is proud to call herself a feminist. In fact, it’s the driving force behind most of her work. “I am among the few artists of my generation who define themselves as feminist. The main focus of my work is the woman: her history, ... [Read More]


The Suffrage Movement As Seen Through The Eyes Of Christina Broom, UK’s First Female Photojournalist

July 15, 2015 by

The Suffrage Movement is having a moment… well lots of moments actually. This week The New York Times highlighted The Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony Statue Fund, which is on a mission to erect the first statue of real women in NYC’s famed Central Park. ... [Read More]


And The Winners Of The UN Women Comic & Cartoon Competition On #GenderEquality Are…

July 8, 2015 by

Earlier this year, UN Women, in conjunction with the European Commission, the Belgian Development Cooperation, and UNRIC, announced a Comic & Cartoon Competition on Gender Equality. It invited young European comic and cartoon artists and art students, aged 18 to 28, to illustrate their understanding ... [Read More]