After spending ten years breaking rules to promote social justice as a "young chola," Florencia Garcia, better known as Tragik (she's work on dropping the “Lady”) has become known as an all around artist, making music, photography, editing videos, and designing clothing.
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Let her teach you her own "internet etiquette" and get convinced that Toronto is as cool as New York. Almost.
Often pigeonholed as another undeserving recipient of internet fame, Molly has recently released two zines, and an online store re-selling thrifted items and her own clothing to fans around the world.
Combining my two favorite places to meet people: the internet and the Bay Area, I met nail artist Lila Robles of Nail Jerks on set for Chippy Nonstop's "Kicked Out The Club" music video, where she glued crazy hand painted press-ons onto Chippys baby hands.
If you’ve been following FRANK online, you’re probably familiar with our Digital Divas column. If you’ve read any of Lina Abascal’s pieces, there’s no way you haven’t seen the eye-popping trading cards accompanying them, created by Justin Kovacs a.k.a. Deep Toot.
They're a punk band, they're a nu-metal band, they're a noise band, they're two faux-sisters with synched menstrual cycles who are ready to make you feel weird. Dark Sister moved from Memphis to Bushwick recently, and is busy adjusting to the hectic pace of New York.
Sharing a slice of the Philippines with the online world, lifestyle blogger Camie Juan initially grew her audience back in Tumblr's prime.
Pikachu nails, mermaid hair, and a style she described as "Morticia Addams as a slutty referee," New York-bred, Brooklyn-based Leigh Barton is in charge of promotions and marketing for streetwear brand Mishka.
As a member and vocal representative of Gen Y, Lauren continues to be her outspoken and informed self, freelancing for nearly everyone, holding down a day job, dipping her feet in comedy and video, and being an internet superwoman loved by everyone from nerds to snobs.