OpenCall for all female ID artists with work on the issue of street harassment or catcalling.

I am done compromising
On the clothes I wear

The way I walk

Whether I smile or Not .

I am done accepting the normality of being catcalled every day.

We’ve all said #metoo. 

The goal is to raise awareness about this issue, empower women to tell their story and change its future narrative. 

Selected artists be invited to join the project in active fight of street harassment in NYC and be a part of exhibition and events on this issue.
The goal is to raise awareness about this issue, empower women to tell their story and change its future narrative. 

Details for applying:

In your email to “” please include:

- name, age, city, medium

- short art statement

- maximum of 3 artworks

- vimeo/youtube link to animation / film content of maximum of 3 min
- photography / illustrations etc of minimum 2048 pixels wide

All media is encouraged to apply. Illustrations and animations are highly welcomed!

World Mental Health Day

Today is #WorldMentalHealthDay!
Let’s try to break stigmas about mental health today!
Here are some awesome people doing incredible work and resources to help you understand the people battling in silence.
Please, consider reading, sharing, donating.
- much love 💙, Ad.

Hope For The Day
Guys in HFTD are doing an amazing work in helping suicide prevention AND they are also making amazing hats, shirts and tote bags!
Check them out!

To all the friends, family and partners struggling to understand people suffering with depression, here is an incredibly accurate illustration. 🤗 AND beloved poet Neil Hilborn ‘s take on mental health Here

🆘 If you or your friend is in need of a help
This is NYC Well line, free and 24/7
In crisis, please call 1.800.273.8255 or 911.

Finally, a blog I came across and looks like a great source of information and ways to get better.

Depression or trauma is a dirty word where I grew up. It’s not only a sign of weakness but a symptom of self-pity, exaggerating tendency and a drama seeking personality. Essentially, a sign of a bad character.
That needs to change.
#bethechange #speakup #dogreat #mentalhealthawareness

Not A Target

As a reflection to recent events connected to police brutality and extensive usage of guns in the USA, I created a street art project called “Not A Target”.

I select various places around the city and use them as my canvas and a messenger.

My view is that No Body should be used as a shooting target. If that is the current state, we need to bring change.

Walk A Mile In My Shoes

“If I could be you, if you could be me for just one hour.
Before you abuse, criticize and accuse, Walk a mile in my shoes”

(Credits: Joe South, Elvis Presley)

We are inviting you to visit and take part in a unique interactive exhibition
enhancing its traditional visual presentation with audio experience.
“Walk A Mile In My Shoes”  features conceptual portraits by Czech photographer Adela Wagner accompanied by a musical art piece by Kimberly Venetz  which opens a dialogue about gender roles, exploring their forms, limitations and the social pressure to fit into them.

Music in the video: Little Lily Swing by Tri-Tachyon
Backstage documentation, film editing: Josh Slaby

Big THANGS belongs to my Team for Walk A Mile In My Shoes project:

Make-Up Artist: Erin Bitman

Assistant: Nick Mango, Dondre Stuetley, Josh Slaby

Talents: Peju Aliyu, Chanel Anders, Richard Louissaint, Lisette Melendez, Steve Meyer, Stanislav Morkyi, Jenny O’Connell, Olivia Sosnoski, Olga Tymshan, Bahti Zakirov

Using Format