You don’t have to look far to find sexist vintage ads. In the middle of the 20th century, these advertisements were considered completely normal and even amusing. Nowadays, they're not just dated but appalling for the misogynistic treatment of women they display. (Of course, these types of gendered stereotypes in advertising still exist today, though in less potent forms.)
Today, body art has taken on an empowering role in the realm of activist art.
Renowned for its roots in activism, street art has played a pivotal role in promoting social change through creativity.
A post shared by R A H I E M (@rahiem_milton) on Jan 9, 2018 at 5:18am PST Clothing retailer H&M recently made a grave mistake in the eyes of many consumers by allowing a tone-deaf image to populate its website. The offending photograph featured a black boy wearing a hoodie that says “coolest monkey in the jungle” across the front.
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We know that the fate of endangered species is a global issue, but it remains an abstract concept to many of...
My Modern Met was formed in May 2008 to create one big city that celebrates creativity. Over the last nine years, we’ve set out to become a champion for creatives all around the world by featuring their work and proudly providing a platform for them to shine and grow.
In 2013, Project Semicolon began to take the world by storm in a global movement to support those who struggle...
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Atlanta-based CreativeSoul Photo brought an inspiring artistic vision to life that highlights the beauty of black girls and their natural hair. Regis and Kahran are the husband and wife duo behind the photography studio, and their series Afro Art represents their expertise in capturing portraits as well as visual storytelling. The striking images feature young girls in elaborate costuming and hairstyles, from a Baroque-era aesthetic to steampunk clothing to fierce high-fashion ensembles.
Bearded men from eastern Canada are making waves with a new mer-creature themed “dudeoir” calendar—the male version of boudoir photoshoots.
When flipping through the pages of Photographic Treatment © by Laurence Aëgerter, a reader is greeted with spreads pairing two seemingly unrelated images.