Women's History Month
March is a significant time for acknowledging the contributions of women throughout history. Launched on the 1st, the industry-wide #shetakesover campaign is back for 2022 and this time, it’s global. With 66% of our roster being female, we wanted to take this opportunity to celebrate all women and their fantastic contributions to the world of art.
Embracing the the theme ‘Break the Bias’ for International Women’s Day, the initiative focuses on elevating all women and non binary people working in creative production, encouraging agencies across the creative industries to promote equality, call out bias and kick discrimination to the curb.
Among those featured are talented Studio PI artists: beauty photographer Chantel King, letterer Frieda Ruh and paper artist Harriet Noble.
Led by adam&eveDDB and in partnership with Equal Lens, Free the Work, the Alliance for Women Film Composers & Campaign magazine, #shetakesover is also coming to the streets, running across free advertising space donated by Clear Channel.
The Art of Solitude is
a powerful photo-essay by London-based fashion and documentary photographer Ejatu Shaw, that featured in The Sunday Times Magazine. Perfectly capturing