t'ART online: October Edition
We accept submissions to t'ART online on a rolling basis and would love to see your work! Find out how to submit and what we are looking for here.
Julia van Hulst
Julia is a photographer and digital designer, from art to tech and tech to art. These images and GIFs are from her personal collection. It includes an image of her wearing a self-made mask, an analogue inspiration for a snapchat filter that she made. There is an image of a girl with drawings on her, her friend Iris Bouman. Her friends are the ones that are most in front of her camera (Minolta 35mm film). Once a picture is developed she draws on them. She likes the combination of the analogue photography and the digital edits.
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By Akshata Iyer
Since she was a child, Akshata Iyer's first hobby was to draw on walls, like every other kid. However she found herself still going at it even when she was 15. She started dancing at the age of 6 and was mesmerized by the idea of having so many ways in which someone's thoughts could be expressed. And that's how she choses to express hers through visual arts. She has been trying to make life better from a design point of view, ever since.
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Gillian is a photographer from South East London who sits comfortably in the lanes of portrait, live music and BTS photography. Over the past few years Gillian has been published by; MOBO’s, Complex and Feat magazine, covered festivals across the country and shot for some of the biggest and best acts in the UK. Including AJ Tracey, Aitch, NSG, Not3s, Kojo Funds, JME, and many more.
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This month we feature more work from black, queer photographer Coco Jackson. The sunset pictures were taken whilst on a road trip along The Great Ocean Road travelling from Adelaide to Melbourne, on the first night of a 5 day excursion. It inspired Coco to see every sunset from a beach for the remaining days. The boats and the railway were taken in Geelong, Australia. The bridge is Sydney harbour bridge taken from a ‘secret garden’ with fantastic view sun of the city. This peaceful park is a great place to get away from the city if you need some time alone but the multiple secluded seating areas make it a romantic and intimate place for a date.
The rainbow rocks were taken in the national park in Sydney, Australia whilst on a hike. The national park has some of the most beautiful view Coco has ever experienced.
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Pile of femmes
My name is Taylor and I live in the beautiful Bay Area where I enjoy creating feminist illustrations that empower womxn & folks of marginalized backgrounds to cultivate a practice of radical self-compassion. My passions lie in the intersection of social justice, mental health awareness, and the femme aesthetic.