Graphic Designer and Illustrator Carleigh Courey Tubergen on Being Created To Create
Jena Holliday of "Spoonful of Faith" Talks Being A Self-Taught Artist, Balancing Work and Motherhood
Carleigh Courey Tubergen gets to live life doing what she loves as a graphic designer, illustrator, and floral arranger; living out her purpose of being created to create.
Writer "@YeahItsChill" On The Importance of Brown Girl Representation In Instagram Comics
Jena Holliday of a Spoonful of Faith talks creativity, motherhood, and the beginnings of Spoonful of Faith.
Joseph Solomon Charges Society To Shift Their Perspective Of Women In Latest Poem
Christine of "@YeahItsChill" talks about the importance of bringing brown girls to Instagram comics, and how remaining anonymous adds to her brand.
Arielle Velasquez of Allllthingscreative on Living Your Creative Dreams
From a man's perspective, Joseph Solomon's latest piece "Silhouette: in love with the shape of you?" aims to charge society to view women as whole.
Q and A with Pride Nyasha On His Use Of Watercolor and Handling Negative Feedback
Arielle Velasquez started Allllthingscreative a year ago after feeling that she wasn't best at one thing. With it, she explores all the things that she finds exhibits creativity.
Q and A with Poet Jamaica West on Representation, Active Obedience and Advocacy
Pride Nyasha is an up and coming artist from Zimbabwe who uses watercolors to display his unique technique and evolving style as an artist.
Phil Wright Talks Having Achalasia, Choreographing To "Humble"
While on the Xpressions Tour, writer Tonika Reed had the chance to catch up with poet Jamaica West on her book "coffee black," how she got started as a poet and what her plans are for 2017.
Q and A with Graphic Designer and Illustrator Petra Eriksson On Travel and Creativity
Achalasia affected Phil's weight and career dramatically, but it never stopped him from moving forward.
Andrew Winghart Creates Striking Visual For Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me A River"
For Barcelona-based illustrator and graphic designer, Petra Eriksson, it's just as important to create for yourself as it is to create for others. Check out our Q&A with the talented illustrator.
Dear "Strong" Black People by Chiree Graham
L.A.-based choreographer and Wisconsin-native, Andrew Winghart, creates a compelling concept video for Justin Timberlake's 2002 hit single Cry Me A River.
Q and A with Poet Chiree Graham on Inspiration, Creativity and Social Media
Poet Chiree Graham shares her latest piece "Dear "Strong" Black People."
Poet Chiree Graham is working beyond her profession and into her passion like many Millennials. Resolute Magazine caught up with her for a Q&A on Inspiration, Creativity and Social Media.