March I Issue: Art Roundup

Each issue we feature art created by Asian women and non-binary individuals around the world. Here are this issue’s pieces!


“Obsessive” by Jessalyn Lu // IG: @busanbao Medium: digital art

“Obsessive” by Jessalyn Lu // IG: @busanbao
Medium: digital art


Unattended Bags, a creative collective.  Unattended Bags, whose members are visual artist Min Sohn and writer Jules Chung, are a creative collaboration spanning more than 30 years. Their name takes a sexist trope for older women and reclaims it as a playful symbol of freedom, danger, and combustible creativity. While each member pursues individual projects, the collective mines work, family, domestic arts, and immigrant female identity as material to be examined and transmuted into joyful creativity.  Unattended Bags are the recipients of the Icebox Residency with The Cabins.  Explore their work:   unattendedbags.com    Find them on Instagram: @unattendedbags @minpullan @glorifyandenjoy   And on Twitter: @MinPullan and @andthewordwas

Unattended Bags, a creative collective.

Unattended Bags, whose members are visual artist Min Sohn and writer Jules Chung, are a creative collaboration spanning more than 30 years. Their name takes a sexist trope for older women and reclaims it as a playful symbol of freedom, danger, and combustible creativity. While each member pursues individual projects, the collective mines work, family, domestic arts, and immigrant female identity as material to be examined and transmuted into joyful creativity.

Unattended Bags are the recipients of the Icebox Residency with The Cabins.

Explore their work: unattendedbags.com

Find them on Instagram: @unattendedbags @minpullan @glorifyandenjoy 

And on Twitter: @MinPullan and @andthewordwas


“Puntan & Fu’una (a CHamoru creation story)” by Danielle Manibusan // IG: @artblokk.exe Medium: Digital via Procreate

“Puntan & Fu’una (a CHamoru creation story)” by Danielle Manibusan // IG: @artblokk.exe
Medium: Digital via Procreate

Overachiever Magazine was started by Rehana Paul in October of 2018 to give a platform to all Asian women, non-binary people, and other gender minorities.

Our name is poking fun at the stereotype that all Asians are overachievers, especially Asian women, non-binary people, and other gender minorities. It’s also in recognition of all of us who have had no choice but to be overachievers: managing societal expectations, family obligations, and educational opportunities, all while fighting the patriarchy.

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