Issue XV: The Girl Issue
Photography by Rania Matar Words by Ryan Michael Commins To a teenage girl no space is more sacred than her bedroom. The room becomes an extension of who she is at that time. A fully functional visualization of her hopes, fears and desires fun-tacked to the walls. What struck me most looking at A Girl
Photography by Allan E. Schoening Words by Michael Fensom Video by Jeff Croghan The models stood in a row along a faux wall fabricated from black curtains. Hung from a garment rack along the wall was a placard listing the contents of each girl’s wardrobe and the contents themselves: silk blouses, a woolen cocktail dress,
Check out the live/work space of a fashion designer's loft in Bushwick.
Jesse Treece‘s collage work is a ongoing examination on the power of juxtaposition. Using only scissors, glue, vintage magazines and books, the Seattle-based artist has discovered a way to craft imagery that feels simultaneously classic in its content and modern in its execution. A brilliantly simple method of creating intoxicating images worth staring at for
For Morgan, it’s all about the intensity of confronting the moment.
We sat down over a cup of coffee (well, she had tea) and chatted about girlie things, face painting and the time she met Patti Smith.
Real girls make memorable moves.
What’s your favorite thing about being a girl? That’s what we wanted to know.
Viewing Sawada’s work is an existential journey through self-expression, literally.
We reached out to the permanent members of Skint to discuss dance, music and the 2012 election.
Photography by Anna Morgowicz
Spirit animals and cosmic powers are just a couple of the concepts dissected in the dreamy, nature-filled universe created by Canadian artist Jen Mann.
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