Artwork by Alejandro Gonzalez

Alejandro Gonzalez is a Venezuelan Visual Artist, illustrator, and Graphic Designer, currently pursuing a Digital Arts BFA at Florida International University. His style can be described as a blend between expressionist painting, street style graffiti, and comic book-inspired line work.  Alejandro’s work has appeared in a plethora of art shows and publications across South Florida, … Read moreArtwork by Alejandro Gonzalez

Artwork by DaJaniere Rice

My name is DaJaniere Rice (day-juh-near) and I’m a multidisciplinary artist from Inkster, Michigan. Art has always been a gateway for me to express myself and learn more about who I am as a human being and artist. Being a person who has struggled with depression and anxiety, art and design have become my places … Read moreArtwork by DaJaniere Rice

Artwork by Jennifer Reeves

Jennifer Reeves (b. 2000) is a hobbyist artist from the Philippines whose mediums primarily include analog collages and recycled crafts. Jennifer comes from a non-art related background rooted in conservation biology and international studies at Monash University, Australia. She started her artistic journey with digital drawing, but was inspired in recent years to incorporate scrap … Read moreArtwork by Jennifer Reeves

Artwork by Sasha Schwartz

Sasha Schwartz (she/her) is a visual artist and freelance theater scenic designer based in Pittsburgh. She is an advocate for inclusivity and accessibility in the arts industries, and broader representation of BIPOC, queer, and disabled voices in media. Her visual art is very much inspired by the stories and experiences of her immigrant Chinese mother, … Read moreArtwork by Sasha Schwartz

Artwork by Kyle Lynch

i hate hotel showersKyle Lynch finelineKyle Lynch Poco a PocoKyle Lynch the weight i’ll always carryKyle Lynch “To be an artist for me has always been to create a space that validates a feeling, idea or circumstance. To create spaces for the things without a place. I hope people can find comfort in my artwork … Read moreArtwork by Kyle Lynch

Artwork by Christopher Martin

An artist designed from history, purpose, and depth. Christopher Martin is a multidiscipline artist from North Carolina exploring the African Diaspora. Driven by a desire to push southern history, Martin confronts aesthetic perceptions of contemporary injustice. Cotton fibers are the primary medium of storytelling in order to reclaim the roots of the Atlantic slave trade. Christopher’s … Read moreArtwork by Christopher Martin

Artwork by Michelle Okpare

Michelle Okpare was raised between Nigeria and Ivory Coast. She received a B.A in Fine Arts from the Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria. Okpare draws inspiration from her personal experiences with people and how one responds psychologically to happenings. Her works are documentation of life, complexity, and emotions exploring culture, mental health, personal and societal identity, … Read moreArtwork by Michelle Okpare

Artwork by Astha Malik

Astha is a proud woman of color – a daughter, sister, wife, and dog mom. Born and raised in Delhi, India she comes from a humble middle-class family. Growing up she enjoyed doing arts and craft, and credits her mom for encouraging creative hobbies. The first one in the family to pursue education in the … Read moreArtwork by Astha Malik

The U.S Underfunds Education and Dominates Entertainment: Conscious Consumption of Art Has Taught Me More Than Public School by Trinity Townsend

Illustration by iggdeh The United States education system has been in an era of decline since the onset of the Great Recession in 2007. With the federal government struggling to keep itself afloat at the time, various areas received funding cuts and education was one of the areas most impacted. Although the economy has improved … Read moreThe U.S Underfunds Education and Dominates Entertainment: Conscious Consumption of Art Has Taught Me More Than Public School by Trinity Townsend

Sex, Guilt, and Spiders by Mateo Omar

In some of my previous work, and in two pieces of which I spoke briefly about in a previous issue of Mixed Mag (June 2021), I aimed to center my pieces around some of the main facets of my identity: my ancestry, my culture, my pride, and the aspects in which colonialism has disconnected me … Read moreSex, Guilt, and Spiders by Mateo Omar

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