We live this thing called life and that’s just it, Things.
Our world is partly made up of unexpected happenings that bring us an unknown anticipation of joy and curiosity; the warm and fuzzy feeling that wraps one’s body, kind of like the sensation when eating Gelato Messina… I experienced a similar notion when searching the internet, a glorious but ridiculous entity allowing us to find hidden gems and providing us with a gateway into things like Things (intended).
Step inside a vivid world bursting from the creative minds of fifteen young but immensely empowering and talented individuals. Based in Boston these badass teens know how to paint the town rainbow with their quirky and informative insights into the style, art and culture of the current (and past) creative scene. Highlighting underrepresented artists from Boston and the East Coast these ladies plus one gentleman definitely hit the spot in my heart; making a stand by supporting and promoting local treasures.
There is so much going on behind the scenes from photoshoots to interviews and hunting down of topics to immerse all our senses in. Beware you may find yourselves gazing off into an unknown world in this online magazines intriguing, inspiring and insanely worthy contents. There are countless sensitive yet passionate articles to view from THE HISTORY OF THE GRAPHIC TEE and BILL CUNNINGHAM REMEMBERED to WHY YOU DON’T HAVE TO FOLLOW THE RULES WHEN IT COMES TO GROWING UP, ATTENDING SHOWS IN UNFAMILIAR PLACES and THE QUEER PUNK BAND YOU NEED IN YOUR LIFE. The voice of this internet girl gang definitely gives validation to existing and upcoming emerging artists in the style, art and culture world.
And on that note as the Virgo baby like myself - Isabella Rafky (things Staff Writer) once said “She is not the rainbow Mick Jagger was singing about, but she is striving to be”.