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Castles in the Sky

Castles in the Sky

Photographer: Griselda Duch ( Instagram )   “Is there a way to describe the aching love we hold for things that cannot reciprocate? The expression to build “Castles in the Sky” means to dream big. To create dreams, hopes and plans that are almost impossible and unrealistic. To aim higher. The series represents a personal...
Lookbook Kiev Presents Ukrainian Fashion Week

Lookbook Kiev Presents Ukrainian Fashion Week

Lookbook Kiev Photographer: Victoria Temno ( Instagram ) This past October 12th – 18th marked Ukrainian Fashion Week, inviting fashion icons, critics and designers from all over the world to attend the most unforgettable fashion event of the fall. Ukraine’s Lookbook Kiev shared with us an exclusive photoshoot, capturing Ukraine’s original and bold street-style and...
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...
Up & Coming: Heaven Starr

Up & Coming: Heaven Starr

Photo: Colin Sussingham   Heaven Starr is a model and muse currently residing in Austin, TX. She travels back to New York every so often for modeling and is also working on her upcoming project, Chiquita Magazine. Chiquita Magazine primarily focuses on embracing the natural and powerful individuality of women. Heaven’s Instagram || Chiquita’s Instagram...
Two Opinions On Gay Marriage

Two Opinions On Gay Marriage

Opinion #1 comes from a student at Texas A&M University. He is reporting on the campus response to all of the recent GLBT news. Tensions have been running high on the campus of Texas A&M University this week, with the introduction of Student Senate Bill 65-70, referred to as The GLBT Funding Opt-Out Bill. This...
Chicanos Eaten by Icelandic Trolls: A Poem by Valerie Huerta

Chicanos Eaten by Icelandic Trolls: A Poem by Valerie Huerta

Chicanos Eaten by Icelandic Trolls By Valerie Huerta   Kids are lighting fireworks on the two streets that make a Horseshoe where the Dallas county line breaks off into anarachy; a word that looks like two lines of dirt made by the same child’s hand.   Mrs. Peña’s kindergarten class was just released an hour...

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