Curated by Girls

I was recently featured in Curated by Girls, how awesome is that? Curated by Girls is an online and Berlin-based platform, directed by Laetitia Duveau, promoting emerging and established talents, from around the world. I figured I post the statement I wrote for this here as well: “I’m strongly inspired by my female friends and […]

Using a menustral cup for the first time (mini-comic)

Honestly, I never used a menstrual cup myself. I am on a birth control for over 3 years. And my gynecologist allowed me to not have periods at all. So I don’t. However, I am very much into women health issues and destigmatization periods. The comic itself is under the cut.

Viva hairy legs!

So I am very much into body positivity. Just to make it clear: I don’t hate people with shaved legs (or other parts), the only reason I actually draw women with hair on their legs is because on most images of women on planet earth there is NO HAIR on female legs. But on most […]

Who run the world

I woke up this morning and found a few mentions of myself on instagram. Girls that I barely know saying that I am inspiring, that I am the person they are looking up to. That was such a surprise. I have so much to say, but I always feel like I can’t find the right words, I […]

Under my clothes

This post is not connected to anything I’ve written before. I am just wondering to what extent nudity is connected to sex. I mean, the naked body exists under your clothes all the time. It’s there when you are at work, or when you are walking down the street. And we know everybody has a naked […]

Pink hair and nipple phobia

  This is just a picture I drew for my Instagram the other day. I have been thinking a lot lately about what topics exactly I want to explore with my art. Obviously, I am very much into responsible consuming and slow fashion, but gender issues, and feminism, and sexuality interest me a lot too. First I […]

Study of pink

The other day (rather recently) I happened to read an article by a Russian girl, Daria Evans-Radova, about the color pink and how wearing a lot of this stereotypically girly color can become a way of empowerment. I found the article rather interesting, and I remembered that I also liked her other texts for the same online magazine. But […]