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Artists On Our Radar: Marlene Juliane Schindler Instagram Takeover

Artists On Our Radar: Marlene Juliane Schindler Instagram Takeover

  With such a plethora of social media content and artists to sift through online, we were stoked to come across Marlene Juliane Schindler‘s drawings and artwork on Instagram. Strikingly honest in her portrayal of beauty and bodies, her figures’ expressions exude uncompromising intimacy with each piece of art telling their own story. We had...
Thrive: When Life Prevents Creation

Thrive: When Life Prevents Creation

Welcome to Thrive! A weekly advice column for creatives and the generally confused.   I’m sure you’ve noticed that life gets in the way of art often and even the most extroverted of artists can crave solitude and consistent days to get their best work done. But the world won’t create this space for us,...
THRIVE: The Joy of a Good Cry

THRIVE: The Joy of a Good Cry

Welcome to Thrive! A weekly advice column for creatives and the generally confused. Every two weeks I jump up here and I ask you to be vulnerable and brave and to explore deep regions of yourselves and your art. It’s not really fair if I don’t do the same, so this week I want to...
THRIVE: Why Does Spring Make Me Feel Trapped?

THRIVE: Why Does Spring Make Me Feel Trapped?

  Welcome to Thrive! A weekly advice column for creatives and the generally confused.   Have you felt it? The soul-sucking energy of March? It’s here. I don’t know why I needed Timehop to remind me that I feel the same way every year, every March. I am tired, I am defeated, I am feeling...
Thrive: What Self Care for Artists Looks Like

Thrive: What Self Care for Artists Looks Like

Welcome to Thrive! A weekly advice column for creatives and the generally confused.   Self care has been a buzzword for a while now– it’s everywhere! What I’ve found is that while self care should be defined by each individual, it helps to get some tips and tricks to get you started. Sadly I found that there...
Thrive: Selling Your Work vs. Selling Out

Thrive: Selling Your Work vs. Selling Out

Welcome to Thrive! A weekly advice column for creatives and the generally confused.   This week we’re focusing on selling as a creative. Whatever the medium, the dream is to be able to make a living off of our work without compromising the art. It can be hard to strike this balance and even harder...
CALL FOR PRINT SUBMISSIONS: THE FUTURE IS OURS

CALL FOR PRINT SUBMISSIONS: THE FUTURE IS OURS

Looking to start this new year off on a creative high? It’s a good a time as any to submit your goods to ANON Magazine! Our 9th print issue is centered on what’s to come: THE FUTURE IS OURS highlights your hopes, dreams, actions, and energy for 2018 (and beyond) in the form of illustrations,...
Artists On Our Radar: Joe Gallagher

Artists On Our Radar: Joe Gallagher

Artist: Joe Gallagher   Originally from Tacoma, Washington, and currently based in Brooklyn, New York, Joe Gallagher’s perspective on the shift from the pace of living from the West coast to the East coast is depicted in his vibrant and colorful paintings. Containing disproportionate and excessive features, Gallagher’s contemporary style of overlapping characters represents individuals...
Artists On Our Radar: Rina Namiki

Artists On Our Radar: Rina Namiki

Artist: Rina Namiki ( Instagram )   Based in Tokyo, Japan and Berlin, Germany, artist Rina Namiki studied Indian Philosophy and Arts at Toyo University and has recently worked at Nylon Magazine (Japan). Namiki finds inspiration delving into her emotions as well as the female physical form. A storyteller by nature, Namiki’s illustrations take you...
Artists On Our Radar: D.H. Carter

Artists On Our Radar: D.H. Carter

D.H. Carter is a bohemian at heart — roaming in search of a home that suited him, Carter experienced a plethora of cultures, people, and art after living in Europe, the Middle East and the United States, becoming fluent in a variety of languages. After spending more than 15 years in the marketing and advertising...
The Art of Art-o-Mat

The Art of Art-o-Mat

Bucks County Free Library, Doylestown PA   With the increase of public smoking bans, the use for cigarette vending machines are at an all time low. However, artist Clark Whittington decided to put these metal boxes to good use after noticing a friend had a Pavlovian experience when hearing cellophane crinkle. Upon hearing the opening...
An Interview with Outsiders Krew

An Interview with Outsiders Krew

  Words and Photography: Joy Celine Asto In early May, I had the pleasure of meeting Spag and Seb Toussaint from Caen, France and watching them work as street art duo Outsiders Krew in one of the grittiest slums here in Manila. After welcoming my companions and I, Spag led us through the narrow streets...

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