Khethiwe & The Leopard is a portrait of one middle schooler's struggle to tame a group of menacing bullies. The film captures a dilemma too often faced by adolescents — the desire to hang on to the creativity and energy that make them unique, while still fitting in with a judgmental peer group. As a tribute to awkward girls everywhere, it serves as a celebration of the importance of childhood creativity. Watch Khethiwe & The Leopard and all Shatterbox films with the link in our bio. #Shatterbox#WhatMakesDOVE
Asking this mirrored house who the fairest of them all is, but we already know the answer. It's this #DougAitken ranch house designed for @_desertx that serves to reflect the beautiful landscape surrounding it (and is also for great #ootd selfies). Follow @pieraluisa to get your daily dose of creative inspiration and see what's #InspiringMeNow.
BRB, inspired to go on a wilderness camping retreat rn. ⛺️🌲 #TerryTempestWilliams protested nuclear testing in the Nevada Desert and camped in Utah and Alaska to study the relationship between culture and nature. She also worked as a "barefoot artist" otherwise known as creative peacekeeping in Rwanda. #EarthMonth