Tired Of Seeing Prejudice Against Plus-Sized Women This Artist Turned Them Into Art

We’ve had all the possible versions of the ‘ideal’ body throughout history, and it’s about time that we agree – beauty comes in all shapes and sizes, and the most attractive is the art of being comfortable and confident in your own skin. Nevertheless, mainstream media keeps placing images of the perfect body in our brains and the pressure to conform is real. Continue reading »

Sensual Female Portraits By The Russian Painter Andrei Markin

Andrei Markin, a Russian professional artist, was born in a village of Andreevka, Moscow region. He was grown up in a family of artists, his father Victor Markin is a painter as well. Andrei has been successfully graduated at a few Russian art schools and now he creates beautiful portraits, still-life paintings and landscapes. In this post, we collected Andrei’s best pictures of women for you. Continue reading »

Photographer Took Pictures Of Women in 60 Countries To Change The Way We See Beauty

Kathmandu, Nepal
Sona was celebrating Holi when I met her.

Mihaela Noroc and her project The Atlas of Beauty has caught everyone’s eyes a few years ago (check out our posts about it here, here and here) and now, the time has come for the project to be released as a stunning book. Continue reading »

Cool Pics That Defined Big Hairstyles Of Women In The 1980s

1980s was a decade that defined diverse hairstyles, included the mullet, tall mohawk hairstyles, jheri curls, flattops, and hi-top fades, which became popular styles. Amongst women, large hair-dos also typified the decade. Continue reading »

Magic Women’s Worlds By Russian Photographer Margarita Kareva

Margarita Kareva (previously) from the Russian city of Ekaterinburg is a wedding photographer making magic photos of women. She only started her photographer career two years ago when her husband gave her a new camera; but her portfolio is now full of incredible pictures. Here is the first part of Margarita’s art. Continue reading »

Natalia Fabia Paints Seductive And Sparkling Women

Lover of sparkles, femininity, and color – Natalia Fabia paints incredible portraits and figures. Natalia’s work focuses on the human form, mostly women, and determines to depict each and every subject with the uniqueness they deserve. Whether the oil paintings are of naked or clothed women, each one carries an elegance that is attained by the perfect mixture of different brush strokes, soft facial expressions, and chilling scenery. Continue reading »

Rare Photographs Document Iranian Women Protest Against The Hijab Law In March 1979

Hengameh Golestan is a pioneer among Iranian women photographers. She has been documenting live in Iran for twenty-eight years. She has photographed vast numbers of women and children, instances of family life, traditional wedding and everyday life in Iran. Continue reading »

Marvelous Portraits Of Beautiful Russian Women By Sergey Shatskov

Gorgeous female portraits by Sergey Shatskov, a talented self-taught photographer, and retoucher based in Saratov, Russia. Sergey focuses on portraiture and street style photography. He shoots fabulous beauty, fashion, lifestyle, and outdoor portrait photography. Continue reading »

Elegantly Surreal Portraits Of Blue Women From Montreal

“Blue Gals” is a series by Montreal-based artist Etienne Dufresne featuring models with blue skin going about everyday activities. For this artist, shooting his strange portraits is a way to bring to life the characters he drew in school while growing up. Continue reading »

Fine Art Photographer Captures Mesmerizing Fairytale Photos Of Women In Natural Landscapes

TJ Drysdale is an American photographer whose works are very popular, notably online. He started photography in 2009, first shooting landscapes and nature. Then he felt in love with portraits and more conceptual photos. The result is outstanding, every work as a remarkable composition and clever lighting. Continue reading »

Chinese Women Use These Swimsuits To Keep Their Skin White

Sometimes they go full Power Rangers or Mexican wrestlers. Photos by Philipp Engelhorn. Continue reading »

The Best Signs From The 2018 Women’s March

A year on from Donald Trump’s inauguration women have taken to the streets once again, as a follow up to last year’s Women’s March. Apparently this movement here to stay – thousands of women turned out to voice their displeasure with the current administration in Washington D.C. and just like last year, they have made some hilariously creative and clever signs. Continue reading »

“Women To Look Up To”: Stunning Christmas Tree Toppers Of Female Role Models

The Christmas Angel, Fairy, Tree Topper, by whatever name you call her, is a woman from a bygone era; a woman made of no more than plastic and glitter. No wonder, when the Victorians invented her! Continue reading »

Fabulous Vintage Photos Showing The Amazing Women’s Street Style From The 1920s

April 21, 1927. “Do ducks swim? Misses Eugenia Dunbar and Mary Moose.” The main focus here is of course the horse trough, once a common item of street furniture in many big cities.

The 1920s also known as the roaring twenties is the year of explosive creativity and innovative fashion styles. The economic prosperity after the First World War brought about widespread availability of high fashion items to almost all walks of life.

It was the decade where people became bold and daring about their fashion styles, abandoning the formal and restricted fashions of the past years. If it weren’t for fashion designers from the 1920s, we wouldn’t have laid our hands on timeless fashion items like cloche hats, flapper dresses, and high heeled shoes. As a remembrance of the era’s flourishing fashion game, here are photos showing the amazing women’s street style from the 1920s. Continue reading »

Amazing Vintage Photos Of Black Women From Washington, D.C.’s Scurlock Studio

These images from Washington, D.C.’s Scurlock Studio, are a picture of the traditionally black city’s burgeoning middle class. Above: YWCA camp for girls, Highland Beach Girls, 1930. (Smithsonian Institution/National Museum of American History) Continue reading »