Belgian designer Walter Raes (based in London) once stated he could turn any sort of rubbish into a wearable piece of clothing. (…)
If you don’t know it, you probably won’t see it: but the jewellery collection by Lili Murphy-Johnson has something to do with menstruation frustration.
You see blood. Is that’s why the work of Swedish photographer Arvida Bystrom is so uncomfortable to look at?
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This feminine wooden ovary necklace designed by Sæunn Kjartansdóttir is a subtle way to celebrate your femininity. Period!
Certain artists just consider sanitary towels a type of canvas. With an adhesive strip which allows you to immediately exhibit your work. Some real pieces of art can be admired on the blog Famous Fartist (yes, that’s fartist as in fart). (…)
Dutch writer Heleen van Royen gave a whole new meaning to the term ‘selfie’. One of the 200 pictures in her book Selfmade shows her removing a tampon, in close-up.
A woman removes her tampon. It’s not an unusual scene. However, the photolithography Red Flag, made back in 1971 by the feministic artist Judy Chicago, is still considered pretty controversial. (…)