Cóco Fernández takes us into her world of form and color
Cóco Fernández is a Spanish artist whose work touches into the worlds of painting, drawing, ceramics, artistic direction, and more. Despite working across various mediums, her work speaks a common language, as though made to live in the world together.
by Taylor Seamans / Art 19 days ago
Omar Apollo is a self-taught artist paving the way for Latino musicians. His early songs grouped him in the bedroom pop alternative scene, but his recent music blends pop, reggaeton, and more. We may even be in for some corridos (per his Twitter).
by Erin Clifford 3 months ago
I soak up the hunger, rage and grime that exists in harmonious dysfunction with the passion and exhilaration of being young in an unpredictable place.
by Kelly Hebestreit a month ago
An undercurrent in this shoot’s meaning is finding power inherent in one’s own being - not necessarily rejecting society’s imposed version of femininity, but not internalizing it in one’s personal experience of themselves or their growth.
by Tess Elizabeth a month ago
Nobody knows I sometimes fantasize about what my partner’s childhood and teen years were like around the area. I feel a great tenderness when I explore this town and the nearby places like Taunton, Brean Down and Burnham on Sea because of that fantasy.
by SEIGAR a month ago
As I now dance alongside a virtual library of my classmates, I remember when I would sweat, front row in the sidelight of grandiose New York City stages, or backstage in the shadow of a pulled wing at our own university’s theater in the East Village.
by Maxine Flasher-Duzgunes 2 months ago
Punk rock surfaced as a counter reaction to the mass-produced rock n’roll of the 1960s. There is no set time that marks the start of punk rock, instead it is a compilation of bands in the perfect place, at the perfect time. 
by Gabby Ruggeiro 2 months ago
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