Some people have it harder than others. French-born, Prague-based illustrator Benjamin Tejero speaks out on behalf of everyone who is unfairly separated in our society through his art.
Paola Ciarska opens the door for us and takes us on a room tour of the homely spaces of our virtual alter egos, anonymous but strangely familiar at the same time.
London-based artist Anna Choutova is tearing down the walls between high and low culture and dismantling the idea that art is for a chosen few only with her project Bad Art. Check out a selection of her own paintings now!
Bosch, Schiele and Klimt through the prism of this erotic, sex and fetish culture. Illustrator Anna Roschker puts a twist on classic works of art.
Cocoa butter propaganda empowering queer femininity in an acid rave palette. Check out Opashona’s amazing illustrations!
You don’t have to sit like a girl or run like a boy. Photo editorial shot and directed by Alma Rosaz supported with drawings by Diane Rosaz is discussing the gender performativity as defined by Judith Butler.
Hey sweetie, are you sure you’re taking proper care of yourself? This month, it’s time to step back and heal all the wounds.
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.