"I'm a go getter, I wake up at dawn and race to the office before donuts are gone," reads a recent work from Samantha Jayne, the artist and poet behind @QuarterLifePoetry. Follow along to see what a quarter-lifer's little struggles (the 9-to-5 grind, grocery shopping, getting ghosted, student debt) sound like in rhyming verse.
Barbara Peacock is a successful photographer from Portland, Oregon. She has recently started a new project where she aims to photograph the hidden and transparent complexities of who Americans are through detailed and intimate portraits taken in the bedrooms across the USA.
What began as physical insecurities and untapped artistic talent is now a unique art form of erotic graphic collages for Giulia, the artist otherwise known as @scientwehst. Growing up, Giulia recalls always being self-conscious of her image, ashamed of her curves and "thickness," until she learned to be appreciative of her body. It's this learned self-confidence that has become the center of Giulia's graphic collages, allowing her to push boundaries regarding sexuality and censorship of the female form. By strategically placing architectural elements onto images of the female body, Giulia is ever so slightly bypassing Instagram's strict censorship rules. Via: Design Your Trust
A smart way of getting us to talk more of a subject that the majority of us would prefer not to discuss.
Architect and Designer Federico Babina, takes an abstract notion like Mental Health and gives us some imagery, architectural forms, to understand better these conditions and the people that are affected by them.