Photo by Eva Vitkute By Eva Vitkute An ode to rejecting the idea of fitting in. As a child, it can feel so alienating even being slightly quirky, and then as an adult, you can only ever dream of being that pure and genuine again.
Photos by Lianelys Cabrera By Lianelys Cabrera Diving deep into a dimension where summers don’t come with sadness. Relieved from the expectations of falling into extravagant madness. Here, we become timeless, ageless, perhaps endless. But when reality awakens, the piña colada dream is gone. Back to the surface we go, where the air is tasteless,…… Continue reading Piña Colada
Photo by Lianelys Cabrera By Lianelys Cabrera Diary Entry #1: I have to admit that I express myself better through visual creations, hence the embroidery piece that goes with this mini-essay. Still, given the topic of this month, I’d like to take the time to dive deeper into the concept of harmony and its synonyms.…… Continue reading Harmony in Multitudes
Photo by Linaelys Cabrera By Lianelys Cabrera We can almost see the light at the end,But is this really the end?Sorrow comesTo remind us who we left behind.Good days all around,But where is my mind?Overwhelming thoughts and feelingsAll starts to accumulate.I then ask,Why this body, why this brain?But I close my eyes and seeThe world…… Continue reading Empty Mind
Photo by Silvana Smith By Silvana Smith These are photos of food sculptures I made. It’s part of my “food series.” Everything in these photos is 100% real, only the colors are edited. I made letter molds out of silicone from those childhood fridge magnets.These photos represent lunch. When I think of lunch I think…… Continue reading Lunch
By Tracy Fuentes, Kleigh Balugo, Ash Fuentes, Cait Thomson, Alyanna Moralda, Lyra ♡ Happy Valentines Day! ♡ Kindergarten contributors made their very own valentines for you to print out and give to your lovers, soulmates, friends, family, neighbors, pets, and mailmen. By Tracy Fuentes By Tracy Fuentes By Kleigh Balugo By Ash Fuentes By Ash…… Continue reading Printable Valentines For You
Photo by Mina Stefanovic By Mina Stefanovic Given the current situation physical closeness might not be possible but showing someone you’re there for them even though you’re not physically close can mean a lot. The drawings are part of series about isolation and feeling lonely called Sitting&thinking, by the end of 2020 I started to…… Continue reading Keeping In Touch
Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Tracy Fuentes Rather than supporting the unethical and harmful practices of Amazon, Walmart, and other companies this holiday season, consider hand-making something for your loved ones. Plus, in the era of COVID-19, you can avoid the typical downfalls of holiday shopping such as large crowds and long shipping times. Handmade…… Continue reading The Best Gifts Are Handmade