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Retro pin-ups can be cute or sexy, classy or silly. However, one thing they’re usually not is scary. But with artist Eva Stenram’s alterations, you might not ever be able to look at pin-up photos the same way again. In Stenram’s series “Parts,” she edits photos by leaving the whole background, but removing every part of the featured woman from the scene—except one leg.  Stenram explains her intent in her artist’s statement: "The leg becomes a kind of prop or decoration within the interior…. Read More
The tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina is just around the corner, and many people have forgotten the devastation caused by the storm as well as the injustices it exposed in New Orleans. The residents of the Lower Ninth Ward have not forgotten—because they can’t. The effects of Katrina are still visible everywhere you look in the community. Read More
Yesterday was the amazing Frida Kahlo’s birthday. She painted beautiful portraits, crafted unique clothing, and even made her own paint! Besides Kahlo’s passionate love letters, The Diary of Frida Kahlo: An Intimate Self-Portrait also included her own personal recipe for a damar gum-based paint. Read More
So, you’re obsessed with cross stitch. Your walls are covered in cute animals and sassy messages about fighting the patriarchy. You scroll through Pinterest every day looking for patterns for your next project. Maybe you even have a cross stitch phone case. So obviously the next step in your cross stitch obsession would be to get a cross-stitch tattoo! Turkish tattoo artist Eva Krbdk has blown up the internet with her amazing cross stitch tattoos. At first glance, you may think someone has actually cross stitched their skin. Read More
  Misty Copeland has just been promoted to a principal ballerina in the American Ballet Theater, the first African-American woman (in all of ABT’s 75 years) to have been given this position. To celebrate Misty, her amazing talent, and all her hard work, we’ve compiled for you some vids of her performances (spoiler: they’re gorgeous). We hope that Misty’s promotion is the beginning of a larger shift in the demographic makeup of classical ballet in the United States. Read More