As a kid, Manuela wanted to be a pilot. At University she studied Criminology. In 2014 she did a course in Fashion Image and Styling and in 2019 her life changed. Manuela tells us a beautiful story of how she went from corporate to fashion and how happy it makes her. She truly is an inspiration!
Sophia turned quarantine into a blooming project. Her sketches are as incredible as the artist herself. To find out more about her creations – click, click, click.
Sam is a twenty-something-sassy-polish boy living in London with great passion for art and a wish to get a dachshund for Christmas. Check out his visual art sparked as a response and commentary on the current situation.
Sophie, poet and copywriter from East London, shares with us a collection of moments of contentment that made her excited for all the life to be had. Sometimes the doom and gloom can be changed into inspiring and full of hope glimpses of joy.
Cerri shares with us their project on the journey of blossoming of an individual. This lovely piece is a part of the #escapril poetry challenge. Have a look at their great piece!
Maddie tells us about her newly discovered passion. Find out what she enjoys most about photography and how a writer views the world through a camera lense.
Miruna is a young Romanian illustrator who decided to study art from a very early stage of her education. What a great choice! Just look at her piece she shared with us! Isn’t is simply astonishing?
Dila shares with her first attempts in writing poetry from two years ago. It’s a free verse, it’s an idea, it’s an embodiment, it’s a beginning of inspiration, it’s tapping into passions and instincts.
Maria presents a part of series called Bodies and Deformations. The piece is based on the idea of passing time visible on human body. Find the true source of physical and mental sensation with Maria and her painting.
‘Further away, I found another colour. Looking down at myself, I realised that these coloured things were similar shades to me. Some of them were different shapes, but that felt good too; there were other things that were like-me.’ – did we grab your attention? We sure want to read on! Great piece by Gwen – click click click.