1 – The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid Evelyn Hugo is a recluse, ageing Hollywood star, and a reminder of the
Murjoni Merriweather—more commonly known as Murjoni—is an exciting novel sculptor residing in Maryland, USA. Her work centres around Black fashion customs, from Afrocentric hairstyles to teeth grills. Murjoni exercises her art in different mediums like ceramics and more notably her innovative use of synthetic braiding hair.
Water kept moving
Wind kept passing
And I just stood there
Staring into the dark sky
As a huge Marvel fan I watched almost all the Marvel movies. Growing up in a highly homophobic household while witnessing and experiencing the islamophobia,
An abstract art piece made in the middle of lockdown, after a breakup. Reaching for flowers and vibrancy to help get through the pandemic winter.
I’m stuck inside the breath that lingers in the air, post insult.
When there’s nothing left to say because you’ve said quite enough and my throat is dry.
An allegory for letting go, The Dream Weavers is a time slip historical fiction novel that follows our modern day protagonist and spiritual medium Bea
Central Park is a new show on Apple TV+. An animated comedy from Loren Bouchard and Josh Gad about a family who live in Central
Absurdism within the literary and visual art form explores this basis of discordance by utilising themes that are overly peculiar and lack a definite meaning.
Silence is a short graphic story created in 2021 and is illustrated with ink pen and marker on tracing paper and then digitally compiled. Treyvaud