While the world watches and waits, artists are being activated to use their platforms to bring awareness to this crisis and the summit. #CreateCOP25, a contest founded by Art Partner, one of the world’s leading creative talent agencies, ‘called on young creatives and climate activists to submit artistic responses to the environment and climate emergency.’ #CreateCOP25 was born of the need to create a visual dialogue surrounding the climate crisis, resulting in a visceral and hopefully real reaction.
Since 2012, when Cyrill Gutsch founded Parley for the Oceans, an organization that rallies the power of creative thinkers, scientists and innovators to proactively heal our ailing oceans—its message has grown exponentially, and so has its urgency.
The nuances of her expression, the subtleties of her body language, the story of a woman captured by the gaze of another, in likeness. A farmer, a mother, a model. An escapist, a realist, a provider. A protector, a humanist, an iconoclast. Kirsten Owen, at forty-eight, remains the epitome of artistic mien, capturing the zeitgeist […]
Artist Chloe Wise says that her role culturally “as a producer of images, of language, of rhetoric, of opinions, at the end of the day, my work is me navigating and negotiating a moment, not directly explaining but pointing to the direction of how I feel about it. My responsibility is to work through those ideas and philosophize on it.
While the worlds of fashion and farming may seem like entirely disparate realms, model Tasha Tilberg has always sought solace in mother nature and its bountiful offering. In fact, it’s been an inescapable path.
While the world—and subsequently the fashion industry—has only recently placed a marked emphasis on the female gaze and what it is that women want, exactly. Tabitha Simmons has spent a decade instinctively building a luxury shoe brand that answers just that.