Don’t suppress your anger – this month, we want you to scream and shout and rise up against everything that sucks!
Jess Hill, a British illustrator, explores sexuality and sexual health with her pencils, brushes, and Photoshop tools under the pseudonym Grrrl Gone Wild. Join us for a short conversation with the talented artist!
Find your strength in your weaknesses. Don’t be afraid to be vulnerable, May will be all about that!
Connect with yourself in the hectic daily routine, hear a soft little noise, feel a touch: Dora Tarasidou is melting away all the fears and touching your soft insides.
Join us for a chat with Leeds-based illustrator Louisa Foley about her project “Are We Nearly Bare Yet” which turns submitted nude selfies into colorful works of art.
In the age of fake news, dare to be the one who tells the raw, unpolished truth.
Provokingly ambiguous, Maja Starakiewicz’s “Abstract erotic” series of paintings stirs up your innermost fantasies.
To kick off our Shape issue, we’re introducing Manon Houdard-Jules and her adorable illustrations.
How will your 2018 be shaping up? Don’t hold back on your fantasies because as your Magic 8 Ball surely told you, the upcoming year ending in 8 will “without a doubt” have the shape of a dreamscape if only you let it.
Tempt your taste buds by Elena Scilinguo’s food illustrations.
With a substantial dose of humour, the fashion brand Pretty Ugly offers their take on challenging today’s serious topics.
Aga Bartosz is a storyteller. Through her illustrations, she celebrates female body and what it is like to be a woman in today’s world.