I hope you find it

Featured Illustration: Batel Silverberg computer screens and business deals, overly friendly women in bright lipstick and men with glum faces and too much designer, selling you a lifestyle self-care won’t be found by listening to harsh motivational speeches that leave you depleted won’t be found in the bottom of your wallet buying things you don’t…

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What I Found In The Antique Shop

In an antique shop that doesn’t belong here or anywhere There in one feeble glass case that looks like it will surely shatter and collapse to the floor when I touch it with the pad of my finger  Are the relics of some woman’s jewelry case coated in a thick layer of dust A locket…

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Erased Perspectives of an Arab American Family

My intention with these images is to shine a light on a topic that is taboo among many Arab Muslim families. This past year, my parents got a divorce. Growing up talking about our emotions at home was not an option. It just wasn’t a real thing. My parents’ divorce was simultaneously relieving and frightening.…

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Eponym/Legacy

Featured Artwork: ‘The Prophet’s Daughters’, a series by Gheorghe Virtosu Sometimes people don’t recognize my name They hear it and say it’s unique It’s an old Arabic name, I tell them What does it mean, they ask I tell them I’m not sure, as far as I know it doesn’t mean anything And then after…

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Emergence

As the sun rises, so do they: the embodiment of wonder, curiosity, play, intuition, and magic. The spirits that lie within the natural elements teach us to embrace creation and creativity, magnetize our joy and release all fear. Photography & Creative Direction: @tembotones Muse: @iameleazar MUA: @lastlookswitherica Wardrobe: @ajovang Jewels: @eyeofiris

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In Conversation with Vijay Sarathy, Visual Artist and Photographer

Featured Images: Vijay Sarathy Vijay Sarathy is a self-taught visual artist and photographer from Chennai, India. His work involves transforming bodies of nature to represent inner states. Your photographs depict landscapes and objects that feel tantalizingly familiar, and yet they manage to propel the viewer into a parallel universe that is infinitely more surreal and…

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