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Laura Callaghan is a London based illustrator whose work has recently made its mark on the web. We stumbled upon her art on Tumblr and quickly became interested in getting to know a little more about this promising pop art queen. Callaghan’s work is a world of neon 80’s feelings, summer pool parties with your girlfriends, girl power and diversity. Azha and I were inspired by the inclusion of WOC in her paintings as we don’t often get to see the representation of girls like us in illustration. Check out our interview with Laura below.
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shademag:

Laura Callaghan is a London based illustrator whose work has recently made its mark on the web. We stumbled upon her art on Tumblr and quickly became interested in getting to know a little more about this promising pop art queen. Callaghan’s work is a world of neon 80’s feelings, summer pool parties with your girlfriends, girl power and diversity. Azha and I were inspired by the inclusion of WOC in her paintings as we don’t often get to see the representation of girls like us in illustration. Check out our interview with Laura below.
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shademag:

Laura Callaghan is a London based illustrator whose work has recently made its mark on the web. We stumbled upon her art on Tumblr and quickly became interested in getting to know a little more about this promising pop art queen. Callaghan’s work is a world of neon 80’s feelings, summer pool parties with your girlfriends, girl power and diversity. Azha and I were inspired by the inclusion of WOC in her paintings as we don’t often get to see the representation of girls like us in illustration. Check out our interview with Laura below.
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shademag:

Laura Callaghan is a London based illustrator whose work has recently made its mark on the web. We stumbled upon her art on Tumblr and quickly became interested in getting to know a little more about this promising pop art queen. Callaghan’s work is a world of neon 80’s feelings, summer pool parties with your girlfriends, girl power and diversity. Azha and I were inspired by the inclusion of WOC in her paintings as we don’t often get to see the representation of girls like us in illustration. Check out our interview with Laura below.

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TheApolloWorkshop

lordofthecosmos:

Hey guys, so I opened up an Etsy shop to sell duct tape wallets and some other type of things once I get around to posting them on there. I could really use the money to move out of my parents house and get my own place. My parents are really mentally abusive and overprotective and this just really isn’t a good environment for me to be in anymore. Plus I’m transgender and we all know the expenses that go along with transitioning and I haven’t even been able to start mine yet. 

I work a part time job at a local grocery store but it really isn’t enough to be able to move out. In the shop currently are duct tape wallets made to order with whatever duct tape you want for me to use. I’m asking 15 for them. I’ll also be adding made to order lottery cards for like birthdays or anniversaries and those are pretty cool. 

Even if you can’t afford to buy one I would be extremely appreciative if you could reblog this and spread it around. Any support is greatly appreciated. :D