Pierrot’s imagination leads him to have a zig-zag journey from one place to another where he is often either outside or in his bedroom, impatiently attempting to grab a book from a high shelf (and, not to our surprise, Newton’s 3rd law comes into effect at this moment — as the snail says to Pierrot). Continue reading ‘Little Pierrot, Volume 1: Get the Moon’ By Alberto Varanda
The Girl Who Said Sorry by Hayoung Yim is a testament to the contradicting double standards that young girls and women face on a daily basis. As an amazing bonus, 50% proceeds from this book goes to serve Girl Up, a United Nations Foundation adolescent girl campaign. Continue reading ‘The Girl Who Said Sorry’ By Hayoung Yim, Illustrations By Marta M.
The moment you step inside it is very clear — you realize this is very far from just another large house but in fact somewhere very special indeed. The entrance hall is a vision of turquoise and blue mosaic from floor to ceiling. Marble pillars and gold borders; a domed ceiling; sculptures and incredible attention to detail. It’s hard to know quite where to look first. Despite having visited a number of times, I am always thrilled by it. Continue reading Artistic Lens: The Alma-Tadema Exhibition At Leighton House Museum » Changing Pages
“Our work calls attention to the many urgent crises that confront us, in support of the ongoing struggle for a more just, peaceful and sustainable world.” — The Illuminator Continue reading Art Intervention, Politics At It’s Highlight — ‘The Illuminator’ Is An Art-Activist Collective Making A Strong Case For Public Art & Political Voice
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Written as an exploitation film parody, this feminist dystopian comic is sure to make many feel “noncompliant”. Of course, life on the Auxillary Compliance Outpost known as Bitch Planet isn’t easy. Continue reading Review: ‘Bitch Planet Triple Feature #2’ By Kelly Sue DeConnick & Valentine De Landro Is A Feminist Dystopian Comic Quickly Becoming A Fan Favorite // Rachel McGill