Jimmy Page & the Yardbirds
Three mock magazine covers I photographed for Catapult.org's International Women's Day viral campaign
I’m enormously proud of the work we did together, and I’m hoping this campaign will help draw attention to important issues women are facing today, such as forced marriage, child slavery, and forced prostitution.
Even in 2014, the rights of women and girls are severely threatened by sex trafficking, slavery, child marriage and other violations around the world. International Women’s Day, observed annually on March 8, continues to spread awareness and garner support — and change — for women across the globe.
Catapult, a crowdfunding site dedicated specifically to the advancement of women and girls, has released a startling new visual campaign in an attempt to make this year’s IWD “more than just a cover story.” The Cover Stories campaign features three mock magazine covers that highlight terrifyingly real human rights issues to push the conversation forward.
The magazines display the grisly names Child Bride, Good Slavekeeping and Thirteen — wordplays on the popular magazines Brides, Good Housekeeping and Seventeen, respectively. Headlines such as "The Wedding You’ll Never Forget But Wish You Could" and "Who Needs a Childhood Anyway?" float next to the young models. The cover of Good Slavekeeping pretends to cater to the human rights violators themselves, adding another dark layer to the already serious campaign.
one time my sister was working at home depot and got called down to help handle an outrageously angry man returning a lawnmower and it was our dad
☾ Calming Chant ☽
I am peaceful, I am strong
Though dark may seem so long.
For fay must follow every night,
Everything is alright.
I am always safe from harm,
The goddess holds me in her arms.
Robert Plant on stage at Madison Square Garden, New York, 1973.
Elena Kulikova - 1: Eye See 2: Face Melt 2 3: Face Melt 4 4: Eye Am We 5: Yawn 6: I Am You 7: Compound Eyes See Her Beauty Multiply Photography
The skull-shaped Snapdragon Flower Dragon(Antirrhinum majus) seed pod. The Antirrhinum, commonly known as the snapdragon has been a popular garden plant for many years. Also known as the dragon flower, its common name derives from the resemblance of the flower to a dragon’s head.Yet once the flower has died, leaving behind the seed pod, something a little more macabre appears. The dragon – just a visual metaphor after all – appears to have a skull.