This MUA creates vibrant eye looks inspired by nostalgic cartoon characters
Mi-Anne Chan pulls inspiration from all our favourite shows like 'Sailor Moon' and 'Kim Possible'.
Why we still love queering cartoon characters
LGBTQ+ representation on children's TV has come a long way, but nothing beats the subversive DIY fun of taking an ostensibly sexless cartoon and transforming them into an out-and-proud icon.
tyler, the creator didn't see enough black cartoon characters on tv, so he wrote his own
Tyler talks his wild animated series "The Jellies," and TV's desperate need for more black cartoon characters.
what 'the simpsons' taught us about fashion
To mark the show’s 30th anniversary, we’re looking back at how America's favorite family has demonstrated the life-changing power of a strong look.
markus prime is reimagining iconic cartoon heroes as powerful black women
Meet the 30-year-old tearing up the gender and race rulebook when it comes to animation.
r crumb: an american scribe and counter-cultural comic icon
Since the 50s, cartoonist R Crumb’s funny, sexy and subversive cartoons have a shone a satirical light on American life and its neuroses.