Interview with Julia Ballenger

Julia and I talked using your hands when you can’t trust your eyes, the women in her work and the people that inspire her. Julia Ballenger is a ceramics artist living in San Francisco. She teaches her craft along with the personal work she makes. Where are you from? I am originally from Boise, Idaho but live and work in San Francisco. Why did you … Continue reading Interview with Julia Ballenger

How to Build a Professional Wardrobe on a Budget

After I moved to Philadelphia it took me about a month to get a job. I now work at Carpenter’s Benefits Funds of Philadelphia in their Medical department. The dress code: business professional. I’ve never spent more than maybe $20 on a piece of clothing so I had a hard time figuring out what to wear. Luckily it comes in handy to have a fashion … Continue reading How to Build a Professional Wardrobe on a Budget

Interview With Sheidlina

Sheidlina talks Russia, DIY, and inspiration in our interview. Her work is an inspiration to many and her creativity is admirable. She has over 3.7 million followers on Instagram and nearly 1.9 million subscribers on Youtube. Ellen Sheidlin, an Instagram model and Youtuber, has created work ranging in theme from unicorns to ghosts. She is based in Saint-Petersburg, Russia and often works with other artists … Continue reading Interview With Sheidlina

Backlog: Interview with Ambar Navarro

In 2016 Ambar Navarro and I talked CalArts, purple futons, and cats.  Ambar Navarro is a multimedia artist based out of Los Angeles, originally from San Antonio, Texas. She received her BFA in animation from California Institute of Arts. She creates art incorporating both American and Mexican culture. I went to CalArts for Experimental Animation 2011-2015 so i’m still a recent graduate.  I lived in … Continue reading Backlog: Interview with Ambar Navarro