“Fall” in Love With Yourself

Photography TAYLOR MEW & JOANA MEURKENS  Models  TICKLE MHLAMBISO DWANY GUZMAN JOANA MEURKENS  Make-Up  TAYLOR MEW  TICKLE What’s your name/age/pronouns? Tickle! I’m 20 years old and I go by she/her pronouns. What does self care mean to you? Self care means tending to my body’s needs-what is it telling me? What do I crave right … Read more“Fall” in Love With Yourself

Lizette Ayala Digital Design

About the Artist: Lizette Ayala is a Salvadoran-Mexican digital designer, creative technologist, curator, cultural strategist, and budding curandera based across New York City, Texas, and Mexico City. She’s a recent graduate of Parsons School of Design, where she majored in Design and Technology and studied experiential design, new media, and surveillance practices. Here, she produced … Read moreLizette Ayala Digital Design

Childhood by Seigar

With this series, I wanted to play with the concept of childhood, using collage from fashion magazines and toys. As I am an intense person, always looking to experience the present, I seem to forget the past. There is not enough place in my mind for all the data, and that includes my childhood memories. … Read moreChildhood by Seigar

Isma Gul Hasan Illustrations

Assertion Gaze Illumination Emergence Resolve About the Artist: Isma Gul Hasan is an illustrator based in Lahore, Pakistan. She received her bachelor’s degree in Visual Communication Design from Beaconhouse National University in 2017, and completed an MA in Illustration with a distinction from Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London in 2020. Her … Read moreIsma Gul Hasan Illustrations

Thumy Phan Digital Design

About the Artist: Thumy Phan is a Vietnamese immigrant illustrator + designer currently based in Oklahoma City. She loves telling stories with her work, specifically BIPOC stories and her own experiences of growing up in the US as a Vietnamese, immigrant, permanent resident raised in the south. To make sure these narratives are heard, loud … Read moreThumy Phan Digital Design

(Issue 3) Art Feature: Zayira Ray

Zayira Ray is an established and well-regarded gen-z Indian-American photographer whose art captures the pure beauty within honest human connection and intimacy. In this interview, Zayira talks about photography’s role within activism and how quarantine has made her shift her photography to be more introspective. Read more about Zayira’s story growing up as a born and bred New Yorker in an Indian-American household and how her cultural heritage intersects with her artistry.

Maxine Bell- Artwork

“Pop a ‘mame” is both food and spooky! It’s oil on canvas and is 24×26″ “私は間違いなく機械です” is 12×24″ watercolor, collage, acrylic, and ink on watercolor board. This one is kinda spooky? It translates roughly to “There’s no way I’m not a machine, I’m certain” “Bowl Girl” is 13×13″ print: marker, watercolor, chine-collé, pronto plate print” … Read moreMaxine Bell- Artwork

Paulo Redeem – Fashion

A brand by NaaAmerley Badger A note from the artist: In a time where accountability culture is at an all time high we as a culture have found out that some of the most revered brands, people, magazines who claimed to be inclusive or sustainable were in fact performative and greenwashing. We’re in a moment … Read morePaulo Redeem – Fashion

The Name of the Game by Geneviéve Dumas

The Name of the Game is a wink to the anesthetic of the rugby pioneer imageries and the sports culture. It’s also the combination of touring for competitions from towns to towns with the connections and acquaintances you might get or have with others. Safety on Guard My Lady’s on Fire Wind-Up Toys Missing About … Read moreThe Name of the Game by Geneviéve Dumas

Love & a Pandemic (Sid) by Eliza Moreno

In this series, I interview friends to learn how they have found love during a time that has asked us to find alternative ways to experience closeness. There is importance in capturing the telling of love by folx whose ability to be loved and to love remains questioned. Sid Sid chose to speak of his … Read moreLove & a Pandemic (Sid) by Eliza Moreno

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