Get Inspired: Venus vs Mars Artist Insvite Submissions So Far
Submit work to explore and start a dialogue of the issues that women, men, and all genders face around the world.
If Men are from Mars and Women are from Venus, then 2017 kicked off the start of an interplanetary battle of the sexes. From the women's march on Washington to female drivers in the Middle East, and now the fall of Hollywood male royalty, the matriarchal rebellion has found the Death Star plans.
For our very first Ello Artist Invite, we're seeking creative work that explores the gender wars across cultural, political, physiological, international, and economic battle lines. No topic is off limits (but do be sure to follow Ello's Community Guidelines). We want your creativity to kickstart a dialogue and open minds to the issues that women, men, and all genders face around the world.
Get inspired by some of the work below, then submit your own.
We are the Spirit sisters; a creative duo from Los Angeles, CA. The spirit sister Creators are Artists Brandi Howe and Chloe Holmes.
Connecting with my cultural heritage as a Louisiana native, I paint what I know and that is a celebration of artful dress influenced by the elaborate costumes of Mardi Gras but with a reductive sense of elegance and style.
"The words break unnecessarily at the end of the line"
Francine Alves is an artist, photographer who lives in Brazil.
The most indescribable flowers of all. Powerful, beautiful and unbreakable. Dressed with flower and courage.
Corpus Vertebrae (1993) - female photographer from Poland, looking for scars, stripes and everything that is imperfect. Trying to tame inner darkness with photography.
She has just finished revealing herself and started to bloom. And now, she may seem too eccentric. She is to be the quirky type that presents herself as being relaxed and very vocal, but not loud.
I'm a 20 year old Biology student from Honduras, and a self taught illustrator.
Andi'm not that good with words, but i hope you can tell by yourself what i'm trying to say through my colors.
Kendra’s work deals with human interactions related to fashion, identity, and media. She is interested in what it is that makes someone who they are, and who they may choose to be.
Following a heartbreaking love affair in which misunderstandings and cultural differences played a big part, I decided to look at what brings us or can tear us apart- communication.
In the series Loving in any other language but yours, I spend time with couples in love who use a third language than either one's native tongue to talk to each other.
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