Her Image, Her Voice, Her Story: A Celebration Of Australian Indigenous Women

June 22, 2015 by

Wayne Quilliam, one of Australia’s most respected Aboriginal photographic artists, has interviewed and photographed women across Australia for the new exhibit, Her Image, Her Voice, Her Story… a celebration of the diversity and strength of Australian Indigenous women. ... [Read More]

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Giving Proper Credit To The Woman Behind The Stunning iPhone Image You’ve Probably Seen In Your Facebook Feed

June 18, 2015 by

This image was flying all over the internet yesterday, and was met with countless shares, cheers, "oohs" and "aahs". But in true social media form, the person most deserving of an invite to the viral party was left high and dry. So allow us to introduce you to Kelly Tan, the full-time mom, part-time ... [Read More]


A Rembrandt For Your Wrist

June 12, 2015 by

The Rijksmuseum, a museum dedicated to art and history in Amsterdam, wanted people to be inspired by its extensive online collection, which includes over 200,000 objects. In the spirit of the creativity the collections represent, the museum hosted a Make Your Own Masterpiece design competition this past spring. To enter, you simply had to create your own design using an artwork found in the collection. ... [Read More]

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Pretty Time: Artist’s Hilarious Interpretation Of Beauty Products, Techniques, And Trends

June 9, 2015 by

When Megan Nicole Dong is not hard at work as a story artist for DreamWorks Animation, contributing her talents to films like How to Train Your Dragon 2, she’s creating clever comics for the web. Her latest stroke of amusing brilliance is a series of cosmetics comics that offer Megan's hilarious interpretation of ... [Read More]


Photographer Candace Karch And Her 97-Year-Old Muse, Marie Ulmer

June 8, 2015 by

At the age of eight, Candace Karch discovered the camera, and it’s been a lifelong love affair ever since. The Philadelphia-based photographer’s unique perspective shines through all of her work, but particularly in her images of people. “I photograph people in moments. ... [Read More]


“Women Can Build” Photo Series Honors Modern Day Rosies

June 4, 2015 by

The Jobs to Move America coalition and the Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy are hosting a wonderful exhibit called, Women Can Build: Re-envisioning Rosie, at Los Angeles’ Union Station that highlights the images and stories of “modern day Rosies.” ... [Read More]


Artist Arranges 65,000 Dead Honeybees In Series Of Intricate Patterns To Raise Awareness Of Global Bee Crisis

June 2, 2015 by

As a child in England who loved to garden, Sarah Hatton became fascinated by bees after learning about the critical role they play in our ecosystem, and resolved to keep her own some day. Now an accomplished visual artist and proud beekeeper, she not only made good on that childhood ... [Read More]


5-Year-Old Transforms Into Black Heroines For Photo Series

June 1, 2015 by

The Black Heroines Project, by Brooklyn photographer Marc Bushelle and his wife Janine Harper, stars their 5-year-old daughter Lily as trailblazing African-American women, and it’s fabulous! Inspired by Jaime Moore’s Not Just A Girl photo series, Marc and Janine wanted to create something special for their daughter that would ... [Read More]