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Words are Useless

Words are uesless appreciates and respects expression outside of common words and language- through the power of art.  This special section highlights the work of an artist who incorporates feminist and social justice aspects into their art's meaning and message.  See how many of the artists we feature take common, popular images and expose their hidden meanings and agendas through their artistic expression. 

Digest magazine is proud to promote art that inspires positive change and honest awareness, no matter how "shocking," "uncomfortable," or "dark."  Please, if you have art you would like to share, let us know!  We ask that you send a high-quality JPEG or GIF of the image along with the title, your preferred name, the year it was created, the type of medium, a short bio of the artist and their purpose, and a short blurb on the meaning and purpose behind the work.

Click here to view a PDF of contributor guidelines; email questions/submissions to: digestmagazine@luc.edu.

Below is a list of published Words Are Useless separated from the magazine.  Click to enjoy!

#Title of Piece(s)ArtistReleaseIssue
13 Postcard Project Artwork:
Those Who Wander
Jessica Miroglotta 5/9/2011 29
12 Postcard Project Artwork:
The Finest in Feminine Protection
Caroline 5/9/2011 29
11 Postcard Project Artwork:
The Color of Skin
Mercedez Inez Martinez 5/2/2011 28
10 Postcard Project Artwork:
SuitandTie & Wasp
Marcie Allen 4/25/2011 27
9 Postcard Project Artwork:
Secret
Jeff Libersher 4/18/2011 26
8 Mourning Star Jay Very 4/18/2011 26
7 Man in Hijab & Black Female Pope Halle Petrone 4/18/2011 26
6 Postcard Project Artwork:
Scream & In Bloom
Halle Petrone & Jessica Miroglotta 4/11/2011 25
5 Maple & Scarlet Brooke Lanier 4/4/2011 24
4 Urban Sentinel & Landing III Jason Messinger 4/4/2011 24
3 Triple Series: Nomads, Ladies Bar, & El Muerto John Sevigny 4/4/2011 24
2 .Fake Freedom. Mahajabin Khan 03/14/2011 21
1 Brooke Lanier 02/28/2011 20

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