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Women need to be featured more prominently on certain things: money, monuments, and of course, ice cream. If manufacturers can use women's bodies to sell cars, beer, and other various dude-bro products, then why can't something that is stereotypically marketed to women empower us as well? We want girl power ice cream, and since Ben & Jerry's is already known for making political stances, why not insert some witty feminism into the flavor arsenal?  All of ... Read More
Josh Cooley has been a storyboard artist at Pixar for years, and his work can be seen in movies like, The Incredibles, Cars, Ratatouille, and Up all childhood favorites for many. But Cooley has since become well known for taking his illustration skills and turning some of our more gruesome film memories into, still gruesome, cartoons. He collected them into a book called Movies R Fun. It's a good time for the whole family, mostly: Alien The ... Read More
During a time when it’s almost impossible not to feel insanely frustrated about the state of women’s reproductive rights, we can take solace in incredible activist/artists like Michele Pred. Pred’s work stands out at first glance because it's eye-catching (and super badass), but her pieces are powerful beyond their awesome aesthetic: Their messages are—unfortunately—very relevant to issues women in the U.S. face daily. And while her ... Read More
Cheyenne Randall is an artist in Seattle who is making us swoon with his pictures of tattooed celebrities. Audrey Hepburn and Willie Nelson are just a couple stars Randall has in his impressive gallery of celebs donning gorgeous skin art. Check out some of our favorites below: Marilyn Monroe before she exploded as an icon. Liz Taylor giving us the eye... and sporting some epic tats. Gaga with more tattoos than skin. Jimi Hendrix with a heart full of love on ... Read More
In her new book “I Heart Girl,” New York photographer Jessica Yatrofsky presents bodies we aren’t used to seeing in the media to challenge the social constructs of beauty and gender identity. The collection, which will be released May 12th from powerHouse Books, follows her 2011 hit “I Heart Boy,” which similarly explores masculinity in the male body. By working with mostly (or completely) naked subjects, Yatrofsky shows us the ... Read More
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