Josefine Aspvik’s creations are bold, genderless and speaking their minds Josefine Aspvik’s creations are bold, genderless and speaking their minds

Josefine Aspvik’s creations are bold, genderless and speaking their minds

Josefine Aspvik’s creations are bold, genderless and speaking their minds

My characters are genderless, stunning creatures. They are not afraid to talk about what really needs to be talked about.

Josefine Aspvik’s creations are bold, genderless and speaking their minds

Josefine Aspvik’s creations are bold, genderless and speaking their minds

My characters are genderless, stunning creatures. They are not afraid to talk about what really needs to be talked about.

The oppressor within: On hair, racism and queerness The oppressor within: On hair, racism and queerness

The oppressor within: On hair, racism and queerness

The oppressor within: On hair, racism and queerness

My black hair is proof. It’s an emblem in the same way that I have a shaved undercut on the sides of my head to signal and show my queerness.

The oppressor within: On hair, racism and queerness

The oppressor within: On hair, racism and queerness

My black hair is proof. It’s an emblem in the same way that I have a shaved undercut on the sides of my head to signal and show my queerness.

Queerplatonic Relationships: An aromantic’s love story Queerplatonic Relationships: An aromantic’s love story

Queerplatonic Relationships: An aromantic's love story

Queerplatonic Relationships: An aromantic's love story

Queerplatonic relationships offer a framework for bending the rules of traditional heteronormative and amatonormative relationships.

Queerplatonic Relationships: An aromantic's love story

Queerplatonic Relationships: An aromantic's love story

Queerplatonic relationships offer a framework for bending the rules of traditional heteronormative and amatonormative relationships.

Archer Magazine issue #17: the HOME issue Archer Magazine issue #17: the HOME issue

Archer Magazine issue #17: the HOME issue

Archer Magazine issue #17: the HOME issue

We are excited to announce Archer Magazine issue #17: the HOME issue!

Archer Magazine issue #17: the HOME issue

Archer Magazine issue #17: the HOME issue

We are excited to announce Archer Magazine issue #17: the HOME issue!

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My characters are genderless, stunning creatures. They are not afraid to talk about what really needs to be talked about.

My black hair is proof. It’s an emblem in the same way that I have a shaved undercut on the sides of my head to signal and show my queerness.

Queerplatonic relationships offer a framework for bending the rules of traditional heteronormative and amatonormative relationships.

I don’t need labels to remind me of that, or to tell others who I am. Don’t stick one on me. It will slide right off.

I imagined the spirit of a motel in that area at that time – something a little bit unsanitary, poorly lit and certainly not very expensive.

I quickly begin to desperately miss my body hair, now seeing it for its truth –  it has been my armour. It has shaped and corseted my frame.

It became apparent why the way women’s sport is participated in and played resonates so deeply with me: it is so critically important.

We are excited to announce Archer Magazine issue #17: the HOME issue!

I follow a very systematic process for creating my work. The story of Camo all begins with the fabric.

I thought I was going to repair the picket fence, but it turns out I was repairing myself.

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