Erin Grant fromPapermachemindcaught up with us a few weeks ago to feature Grey and Ginger on her amazing blog so we decided to return the favour. We discuss her area of study, her blog and what she believes makes Galway a truly special place.
How the age-old practices of paganism are making a comeback in feminist-led art circles.
Artsy delve into the history and resurgence of the Paganist movement currently breathing a dark light into every corner of the art world.
"...the history of witches is not just a fairytale, but a history of gynocide—that is, the killing of girls and wom...
"I think that defending the right to define ourselves is a human issue, and is not only about the LGBT community. I see it as a general human question: how can I bring complexity and depth to the idea of personhood?," Anahita Ghazvinizadeh on how her work brings the spotlight down on the Bathroom Bill.
Grey and Ginger focus on unique, socially aware designs printed on premium t-shirts and sweatshirts. All designs are hand painted by artist Peter Bradley and then printed using a cutting edge, environmentally friendly print method.