Fiber artists have come a long way since the macrame of the 1970s. From sculpted creatures to threaded skulls, this ain't your grandma's embroidery.
We sat down with artist Irma Gerd, mistress of monstrous babes and creator of creepy cute chicas, and chatted about life, art, and all things kitschy.
Dear Darkling had the privilege of speaking with self taught artist Samantha Shumaker about storytelling, using art as an escape, and her many inspirations.
Elena Helfrecht confronts pain, abuse, unconventional beauty, mental illness, and societal pressures through the healing process of photography.
Known for her teary-eyed goddesses and seductive imagery lush with historical reference, Carrie Ann Baade creates art that is personal and intimate.
Be it drag, burlesque, or something in between, these performers challenge our concepts of beauty, gender, sexuality, horror, and good taste.
Dear Darkling pays a visit to Georgia O'Keeffe: Living Modern, a peek inside the curated life of the famous artist, from her paintings to her clothing.
These feminist witch shops have everything you need to support your local coven in the fight against the patriarchy, and look good doing it.