Illustrator Creates Coloring Books For Adults… Over 1 Million Sold!

April 1, 2015 by

There’s nothing better than a good book to relax and decompress from a long day, but it never dawned on us to reach for a coloring book! That’s right, coloring books for adults are becoming all the rage. This past weekend the The New York Times, reported that author Harper Lee's anticipated release "Go Set a Watchman," is being ... [Read More]


Celebrating National Poetry Month With A Tribute To Women Poets Of The Past

April 1, 2015 by

By Joanna C. Migdal - The theme for this year’s National Women’s History Month was weaving the stories of women’s lives, and so I was inspired to compose this cento (also known as a collage poem) in tribute to women poets, and in celebration of National Poetry Month. In this form of poetry, lines are "lifted" from other sources and "woven" ... [Read More]


Sisters Put Taboo Of Menstruation In Spotlight With Photo Series, Then Slay Social Media Giant Who Censored Them

March 31, 2015 by

On Sunday night, a record 15.8 million viewers tuned in for the Season 5 finale of AMC's "The Walking Dead." Based on the volume of blood shed and flowing (via violent means) in any given episode of the hit zombie apocalypse gore-fest, it would seem a good amount of ... [Read More]


Photo Series “Her│Self” Explores What Women See When They Look In the Mirror

March 27, 2015 by

Photographer and network producer Jennifer Bermon’s series Her│Self, 28 black-and-white portraits of women, gives us a peek into how women perceive themselves. For the past 20 years, Jennifer has been taking photos of women and asking her subjects to write, in their own words, how they feel about the way they look in their photo. ... [Read More]


Women By The Numbers In Pictures

March 26, 2015 by

Some statistics on the status of women by Eleri Mai Harris, journalist, artist and associate editor at The Nib. To see this series in its entirety, visit The Nib. ... [Read More]


Wonder Woman to Justice League: “If I Don’t Get Pants, Nobody Gets Pants!”

March 17, 2015 by

"This image is a submission for The Line Is Drawn, theme 'Male superheroes see how the other side lives.' Wonder Woman makes the rest of the Justice League of America wear various costumes she’s had over the years." By comic book artist and sociologist, Cynthia Sousa (aka Themat) ... [Read More]


Women Talk: Faustine Tarmasz, Illustrator And Tattooist

March 11, 2015 by

By Sara Barnes - Faustine Tarmasz, known simply as Tarmasz, is a French illustrator and tattoo artist who also has some impressive ink of her own. I had the opportunity to speak with her about her non-traditional tattooing style as well as the awesome adornments on her legs, collarbone, and back. There aren't many illustrators that double ... [Read More]


Inspired Illustration, “FEMINISM AT WORK,” Pays Tribute To Pioneers Who Moved Women’s History Forward

March 10, 2015 by

UPDATE: Art prints of Feminism At Work are now available. In honor of Women’s History Month, Women You Should Know commissioned award-winning cartoonist, author and illustrator, David Trumble to execute our vision for an original piece of art that would pay ... [Read More]