Posts Tagged ‘feminist art’

Anna Eidt & Her Vintage Plates for a Modern World

12 Dec, 2015  |  by Ama Scriver

If you’ve ever been scrolling through Instagram, as one does – you might have come across artist Anna Eidt’s plates under the Instagram account name Lousongmade. Her plates are a bit saucy, a bit sassy and a whole lot of fun. One of the very first encounters I had scrolling through her account, was a bright and whimsical donut plate, as documented below. A month or so back, Anna reached out to us, at Fat Girl Food Squad inviting us…

#WomenCrushWednesday – feminist artist Frances Cannon

11 Nov, 2015  |  by Ama Scriver

I’m not going to lie, I don’t remember how exactly I stumbled across Frances Cannon’s Instagram page but one night when I was doing my usual thing of endlessly scrolling through image after image of photos, I came across it. There in front of me was one of her images that stopped me dead in my tracks and for good reason, too. This Melbourne based artist name is Frances Cannon (whose work can be found via her Instagram page and…

#WomanCrushWednesday — Sashiko Yuen

7 Jul, 2014  |  by Amarina Norris

by Amarina Norris | Photo c/o Wishcandy Sashiko Yuen (aka Wishcandy) serves up really awesome feminist-driven artwork out of the Los Angeles area and is my pick for #WomanCrushWednesday this week. Wishcandy’s work is equally feel-good and feel-weird, often accompanied by short, inspiring blurbs about being a badass. My fave is for her piece Tired of your shit, she writes, Keep going until you can’t stand it anymore. Bring your mood to a boil and let out a shrill war…