Inspired by Patagonia donating all Black Friday 2016 proceeds to grassroots environmental groups as an initiative to save the environment, Julia-Elise offers ways we can help save mother earth.
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Wendy Red Star creates work that rewrites Western culture’s Native American narrative. It isn’t that she erases the history of her forefathers – it is that she challenges the exoticized gaze that is often shed upon Native peoples.
The Los Angeles-based Moonfaze Feminist Film Festival is inclusive of all voices – women, men, transgender people, and persons of color included – serving as a reminder that feminist isn’t a term solely reserved for those identifying as females.
The whole series tastes like sunshine and moonshine and driving back-town dirt roads with the windows down.
If the past few weeks have taught us anything, it’s that we’re in desperate need of a vacation.
This Thanksgiving, let’s count our blessings and offer a hand to those fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Andrea Desouto talks inspiration, the town she grew up in, and what there is to be gathered from the real parts of life.
This series by Tamara Sky has a delightful tone of “old Hollywood having turned in for the night.” It is a peek into a private afterparty of one: when the curtain closes on every show-of-face ever made.
Surreal, glowing portraits of the inspiring creatives who proudly stand with Planned Parenthood serves an important reminder of the power of art in the fight for progress.
A meditation on how to stay sane when the world feels quite the opposite. From meditation to essential reads, Julia-Elise shares how she is keeping hope while recovering from the 2016 election season.
We get to joyride with Vol. 4 all over Los Angeles and well into the best ways to waste an afternoon.
b6’s latest endeavor – her second solo project this year – is a collection of fifteen clothing pieces in collaboration with PAOM (Prints All Over Me).
Julia-Elise Childs shares her despair over our newly elected president and offers a glimmer of hope amongst the widespread distress.
The Brooklyn-based illustrator’s hypnotically dreamy females and florals are a much-needed breath of fresh air.
It’s 2016 on a rare gloomy thursday afternoon, Lady Gaga is on her Dive Bar Tour and will be at Silverlake’s The Satellite, a place where local musicians bare their raw emotion in hopes of attaining local stardom.
Afends comes stateside for the iconic American road trip to shoot their newest catalog. Spoiler alert: there is pizza and bear statues.
They’ve thrown one hell of hedonistic party with up in the Silverlake Paramour estate, giving the rest of us something to aspire to all season.
Surreal waking dreams by nomadic photographer Clayton Woodley, the first of three shows to come.
Because the Internet has thought of literally everything. The Sex Toy Coloring Book is made to chill you out and turn you on. And it does, it does exactly that.
His Kubrick like eye and halogen lit images have us hungry for more.
They may be the babes who ride out, but they’re riding on the bath of all the babes who rode before them. A tribute to this years badass BRO gathering.