Our magazine was catfished: An apology and reflection from the editor

“Humanity amongst the ruins of constant conflict” has become an ironic title, considering that the individual we featured turned out to be a digital ghost. We were catfished on this piece, along with The Telegraph, Wall Street Journal, Vice and several other outlets by the person who portrayed themselves as “Eduardo Martins”. He pulled us [...]

Growth through Darkness: A Gallery Walk with Charvis Harrell

"My art comes from a dark place," wrote Charvis, when we asked him to share about his process and introduce himself.   We all know the saying meant to push us through times of intense adversity and ongoing challenges: “that which doesn't kill you will only make you stronger”. But if you ask him, "it's [...]

Getting to the root: Where do our missing girls go?

The #missingDCgirls have woken us up again. Black cis and trans girls & women reported missing across the country number close to 75,000. 37 of the cases in DC - all Black and Latinx - reported since January remain unsolved. In the past few weeks, spikes in disappearances of young women of color - and [...]

Illustrating Monsters in Human Nature with Mananiko Amarilla

Mananiko Amarilla Kobakhidze lives and studies as a graphic designer and illustrator in Tbilisi, Georgia. At 25, she shares the belief that we all encounter and harbor inner selves as often as other human beings. Her work accentuates these beings - and ways of being - in familiar form, inviting us to see we all experience them. [...]

Women’s March NYC: Signs for the next steps

According to the Associated Press, over 500,000 people marched on Washington, DC on January 21, 2017, and the New York Times reports that New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office counted 400,000 people marching in the Big Apple. Marches took place, not only in cities throughout the United States, but around the world, bringing [...]

Humanity amongst the ruins of constant conflict: Q&A with (fraudulent) photojournalist “Eduardo Martins”

"I want to show the public the reality of these places, telling the story through my work, something that can impact and bring a willingness to change to the next."

Mischievous Minds: A Short Tale

Six hands, six empty pockets. Two mischievous minds planning to shoplift. One opposing mind, supposedly mine yet somehow I find myself fascinated with an object, obviously planning to "cop" it. I have to stop this; How can I be considered a leader if I allow others that are rebellious towards authority and immune to rules... [...]

Tennyson: Playing through Process

The crowd at Motorco Music Hall grooved along with Tennyson, deeply attuned to the myriad frequencies and rhythms being processed and punctuated before our eyes. Digital jazz pulsated through the crowd in pleasant bouts - when eyes weren’t closed, they were alight - captivated by the layers and levels The Canadian sibling duo brought to [...]