Interview and photographs of Hayley by Jessie Li // I grew up wanting to be a marine biologist (like half the kids in Florida honestly). I championed manatee rights as a fifth grader with little petitions I’d force my classmates to sign and started a Save the Manatee Club at my high school. So from the start, I’ve had this concern for the environment and for our oceans tapped into the front of my head.Read More
Writing by Molly Mckew // We are fairly obsessed with Ainslie Wills’ single ‘Fear of Missing Out’, and can’t wait for her sophomore album ‘All You Have is All You Need’ to be released this week. Ramona mag were lucky enough to get inside Ainslie’s record collection to discover Wills’ top five ‘albums for the undulating feels that life brings us.’Read More
Writing by Molly Mckew // Sasha Masakowski hails from New Orleans, and is bringing her brand of playful pop-jazz to Melbourne this week, where she will do a run of shows at the intimate Birds Basement. Sasha has just released her new album Art Market, which she recorded with a band of talented musos from her home town. Ramona were excited to speak to this uber-cool pop-jazz mastermind, grilling her about her upbringing, her musical heroes, and what to expect from her new album.Read More
Poem by Maja Puselijic // “Coming Home to Yourself” tells of her own, sometimes raw, experience and draws from old influences such as Sylvia Plath, and new influences such as Instagram illustrator and writer Mari Andrew.Read More
Writing by Molly Mckew// Sandy Hsu // Sandy has just released her new single ‘Angel energy’, an ethereal track about confronting change. To celebrate, we got Sandy to delve into her record collection and find us the four vocal angels who have guided her sound.
Writing by Andy Reyes // Photograph by Lais Azevedo // Abortion should not be illegal. It is a human right and the laws have to be thoroughly analyzed so that more women have that right to choose what to do with their own bodies.Read More
Meybis Ruiz is a Berlin-based illustrator, with a great love for graphic design, typography and visual arts in general. She specialises in portraiture and character design, drawing inspiration from beloved works of literature, movies, tv, and observations from everyday life. She mainly works in digital 2D, though she loves to explore other mediums and techniques, like clay sculpting or gouache painting, as they enrich and breathe into her work.
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Interview of Devanshi by Richa Gupta // A very close and wise friend of mine once told me that advice is perhaps only useful for the person who gives it. And I do believe that. But I want to tell every girl out there that I am there for her, that I believe her, and that there is nothing in the world women can’t conquer.Read More