Menstrual blood. Most people either throw it away, when using a tampon or pad, or flush it through the toilet, in case of a cup. But why not reuse it? (…)
Every possible topic has its own magazine. And its own museum. Also menstruation. Next day out: a visit to the period museum. (…)
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. (…)
A Noiva is the name of a five metres high chandelier made by the Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos. Looking at it from a distance, you wouldn’t even notice it’s made of 25,000 tampons. (…)
Inspired by primitive period traditions, artist Skylar Taylor is making a piece on the monthly bleeding. All menstruators are invited to contribute! (…)
Totally different from all her other work: The Rorschach-series of the New York photographer Sarah Anne Ward. (…)
La Dame en Rouge has surprised with remarkable discoveries. Walls, trees, manhole covers or poles – nothing is safe for the street artist.
Not all creations made by Dutch fashion artist Agnes van Dijk are very wearable. This AllDayPearlDress for example, which is made of pearls and panty liners. (…)
Need a First Moon gift for a daughter who’s about to get her first period? What about a piece of jewellery from the Ideal Woman collection made by Allie Pohl.
Take a nostalgic picture of a fifties pin-up girl and edit it in a strategic place in Photoshop.
Visit an art exhibition in New York, donate some female hygiene products and support the RedDot campaign!
The British Mary Hamill created the photo series Semper Augustus where tampons are used to create tulips in various shades of red.
Shame? Pornographic actress, self-proclaimed feminist and artist May Ling Su does not know what it means.
You see blood. Is that’s why the work of Swedish photographer Arvida Bystrom is so uncomfortable to look at? (…)
What actually is menstruation? Using the perspective of a terrified egg, Koit Studios explains it crystal clear in this animation on You Tube. Very funny!
Buy art, and support menstrual health worldwide, in an online charity auction.
Cunt Dracula, Bloody Hell, Sour Puss: the names alone are reason enough to collect the cartoon style Period Panties of Harebrained Inc.
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). (…)