Interview of Tilly Melis by Amanda Attanayake // The topics I like to explore in my art are Mother Nature, the human mind, political agendas and statements that we don’t truly know much about but still acknowledge that they’re present.Read More
Interview of Ramona Sharples by Freya Bennett // One of the things I treasure about my experience transitioning is that I had to learn how to make an enormous life change in the face of extraordinary pressure not to.
Interview of Lauren Pazzano by Meredith Poirier // My grandma is probably my most notable inspiration. She’s honestly such a badass. She is so loving and thoughtful while also being such a hard worker that is so sure of herself, and wildly self-sufficient.Read More
Interview of Noora Dastournezhad by Freya Bennett // What I love about being a girl and a woman is that no matter how long they’ve wanted to shut us down and tell us we don’t matter we keep fighting and anything we do becomes an act of rebellion.Read More
Interview of Meredith by Freya Bennett // In five years I hope that I am working for a magazine who’s main mission is to empower teenage girls. I hope to work for a magazine that does this through fashion, art, and activism.
Interview of Emilia by Amanda Attanayake // Being a teenager now is amazingly terrifying! There are so many things that concern me at the moment, women’s rights, climate change, inhumane immigration laws -the list goes on- but hopefully if we can rally all young people and educate them on the issues that face us todayRead More
Writing by Claire Wastell // Illustration by Helena Ravenne // It was her humble smile that caught me. She sat, knees crossed, leaning back slightly in what seemed a mid-laugh. She looked like the kind of old lady that would let you eat chocolate when your Mum said no.Read More
Interview of Yasmin Benoit by Amanda Attanayake // I don’t think I ever did see myself represented in the media and that’s one of the reasons why I decided to take this path with modelling. I didn’t relate to characters purely based on them being a Black girl.Read More
Interview of Hannah Galbraith by Amanda Attanayake // I’m still such a foetus when it comes to creating my own work, but the first thing I’d probably say is that stay brave, stay vulnerable, stay inspired.