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Never Like Tuesdays // Femme

Never Like Tuesdays // Femme

Artist: Juliette Hayt ( Instagram ) Juliette Hayt is a painter, illustrator and writer based in New York City. Her art is extremely diaristic and draws inspiration from her feelings of anxiety, love, sadness, longing and abandonment. Hayt’s series for “Never Like Tuesdays” explores mental and emotional states through the use of the color yellow....
DEATH OF A PLAYWRITE Chapter One: Curtains Up

DEATH OF A PLAYWRITE Chapter One: Curtains Up

  DEATH OF A PLAYWRIGHT Chapter One: Curtains Up. by Lee A. Whitelock   A thousand plundered blank pages before me; in awe of me. And I saw the taming of the quill, to the shrill of plot unfolding. I plundered, sure. I sacked a bounty of literary greats, libraries at my feet, dictionaries knee...
Poetry by Hunter Lewinski

Poetry by Hunter Lewinski

Scene from a Play in which I Light Myself on Fire Curtain call. The Swan lies down on a bed of perfumed rose petals to die. In a sky like a mouth full of bloodied teeth, she cranes her neck to witness as her babies are dashed against the stones. What is my womb than...
Son, the Sun Don't Set in the South

Son, the Sun Don’t Set in the South

Son, the Sun Don’t Set in the South Words by Fishspit   I’m not very sharp . . . simple things ain’t so simple to me. I’d poured over the book “Alcoholic’s Anonymous” a number of times . . . drunk and sober. Finally, a time came when I was thoroughly whooped. I found me...
Artists On Our Radar: Maudie Osborne

Artists On Our Radar: Maudie Osborne

Artist: Maudie Osborne ( Instagram )   Based in Melbourne, Australia, Maudie Osborne is currently studying arts and participates as a student activist. Osborne’s collages and drawings focus primarily on mixed media and infiltrate social and political commentaries on society as a whole. Her artwork is influenced by anti-capitalist and anti-consumerist art, notably the art...
Love and Marij: Combining Cannabis With Class

Love and Marij: Combining Cannabis With Class

  We recently interviewed Aleecia Head from Love and Marij, the world’s first website devoted to helping partners identify weed-friendly vendors for their wedding! Their goal is to break beyond stereotypes and provide tips and ideas on hosting cannabis events. Find out more about the origins of Love and Marij, some of the challenges they...
Irreversible Marks

Irreversible Marks

Irreversible Marks By Jessica Lynn Whitaker   On June 10, 2015, I walked into a clinic with a cough and a lump on my neck and said, jokingly, “I have to make sure I don’t have cancer.” The doctor who saw me never uttered the word “cancer” but as I navigated the confusing lingo of...
Artists On Our Radar: Claudio Parentela

Artists On Our Radar: Claudio Parentela

Claudio Parentela is a freelance artist, photographer and journalist based in Catanzaro, Italy. His work has been displayed in many zines, magazines and websites throughout his career, both internationally and locally. Website || Tumblr || Facebook                                
Abstracting

Abstracting

Artist: Joe Gonzalez Born in 1987 in Los Angeles, Joe Gonzalez is a Phoenix based artist known for featuring surreal human forms with an undercurrent of bright natural foliage. His influences include David Shrigley, Alphonse Mucha, Daniel Johnston , Edvard Munch and Henry Joseph Darger. Joe’s artwork has been showcased in many diverse locales. The...
Showcase of Schizophrenia

Showcase of Schizophrenia

Artist: Mehmet Demirtaş ( Instagram )            
Film Review: The Lobster

Film Review: The Lobster

  In a world where fatalism and duty are the ideological approach most subscribe to about relationships it is unbelievable how rarely a film comes along which looks straight at that bleak closed way of thinking and gives us an honest diagnosis of the disease. Yorgos Lanthimos interrogates modern relationships in The Lobster with pointed...
Faux-th of July

Faux-th of July

  We all arrive to this open field in messy, unkempt suits, the sun long since set. None of us can fully express the feelings we have in the pit of our stomachs. The orange color illuminates the stage which we have set for ourselves, whose source are the three or four incandescent safety lights...

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