All posts by Natalia Strukova

7 Body-Positive Activists That Change The Way You Look In The Mirror

Despite the pressure of public taste these 7 body-positive activists know how to escape a cliche life perception and start living the life you want to have in the body you feel comfortable in.

/ September 18, 2017

Nasty Women: How Female Artists Formed Resistance Movement (NSFW)

Less than a year ago in the US started a Nasty Women campaign as a protest against women rights prejudice. The message translated by the project is an act of solidarity among female artists all over the world.

/ September 18, 2017

Bryan C. Lee Jr.: How Paper Monuments Project City History

Architecture should not be a privilege of a small group of architects, but a platform for sharing opinions and constant discussion in order to build a safe and comfortable atmosphere for future generations means a New Orleans architect Bryan C. Lee Jr.

/ September 12, 2017

At The Tip Of The Spear: 5 Artists Who Turn Their Disease Into Art

A serious disease is often the reason for depression and frustration, but not for these artists who managed to find inspiration and courage to create being at the tip of the spear.

/ September 4, 2017

Doaa El-Adl: How Egyptian Cartoonist Fights For Women Rights

The first professional female cartoonist in Egypt and one of the 100 most influential women named by the BBC in 2016 by her own example shows how creativity and desire to empower the weaker challenge the whole society.

/ September 4, 2017

These 6 Female Arab Cartoonists Know How To Challenge Authority

The stereotypical image of a Muslim woman is crushed by these decisive female cartoonists who fight for their rights with pencil in their hands.

/ August 28, 2017