Claire Saint Camille
World Wide Women is a creative sisterhood of raw, talented, artists and creatives who come together to create unique POP-UP exhibitions around the World.
World Wide Women’s first short film,’ A Wanderer’s Eye’ shot by Kelly Armstrong. Created by Anouska Beckwith, Alessandra Castrucci & Lulu Barsotti.
Music by Lila Gloss
Featuring: Anouska Beckwith, Anna Pahlavi, Claudia Legge, Iris Della Roca, Nina Koltchitskaya,Paulina Nazarian , Alessandra Castrucci, Tanya Benet
make up: Khandiz Joni
© Nicol Vizioli 2013
Ok so I’m going to be running a competition to win bespoke knickers. They can be any knickers I’ve made so far with any personal touches you may want, up to the value of £50 and providing I have the fabrics available!
All you have to do to enter is, reblog and like the photo.
The winner will be selected at random.
The closing date will be Sunday the 11th of August at 21.00 GMT.
If you have any questions then message me!
Good luck everyone! X
Dolls of Love
Dolls of Love is the latest project by Frida Alvinzi and Raisa Veikkola, known as the ‘Theatre of Dolls’. Magpie interviewed the truly inspirational Frida & Raisa in our Issue Five ‘Metamorphosis’ edition.
Dolls of Love a production investigating the concept of love; from the myth of the origin of love in Plato’s Symposium, to the definition and universal meaning of the concept. The narrative, which will be mainly told by puppets and dolls, is loosely based on the story of Cupid and Psyche, but the core of the performance is to create a visual poem that we will be physically part of. We are using the ideas of Russian dolls and dolls houses as visual references for the costumes and sets.
If you would like to become part of their dream, which is to bring alive Dolls Of Love. You can view and become part of their crowdfunding campaign here.
Ventre Univers ~ RÊVE
The new album by Julie Fossaert
The whimisical, hand-painted photography of Shae Acopian DeTar.
LET’S START A PUSSY RIOT
Loud, controversial, fearless — Pussy Riot undoubtedly ushered in a new era of feminism and political freedom with their protest acts.
The dialogue so explosively ignited by Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Maria Alyokhina and Yekaterina Samutsevich continues in the book Let’s Start A Pussy Riot. Exclusively created in collaboration with the band, this publication brings together artists, writers and poets to explore feminism, LGBT rights, the power of collaboration, the role art plays in activism, women’s rights, and freedom of speech through the personal voices of Judy Chicago, Yoko Ono, Antony Hegarty, Kim Gordon, and many more.
“Let’s Start a Pussy Riot” book will be launched at Yoko Ono’s Meltdown festival as part of the Activism weekend. The book has been created in collaboration with Pussy Riot, Emely Neu, Storm in a Teacup, Girls Get Busy and Not So Popular and will be available to buy on the 15th of June at Meltdown. The book is available now for pre-order and will be available at Rough Trade shops on 24th of June. All profits go directly to Pussy Riot and their families.
Julia Holter - Finale
Film by Rick Bahto
Photographed on Kodak Tri-x Super 8 mm film.
White Chalk Hills by Michaela Meadow
'About Farewell' a track from the new album by Alela Diane
Magpie Magazine Issue Five
with Art Prints
Ascension by Zoe Le Ber