Imagine if you lived your life going off what other people had to say. One person says you can’t do this or you can’t do that so you believe them. What if they were wrong? What would your life be like if you didn’t listen to the naysayers? You’d feel accomplished. You’d feel proud of yourself. Take Gallant for example. If he were to listen to the advice that his lyrics were too strange or didn’t fit a certain genre, Gallant would never be where he is today. Read more about Gallant’s story and other amazing creatives including Jess Glynne, Mainland, Parson James, SoulPancake and more in our March 2016 — Breakthrough issue. You can read this issue and our past issues here plus the content is free to view on your desktop, mobile device or the issuu app on Apple or Android. If you would like to purchase your own print copy of any of our issues including our recent issue, you can do so here.
WOLFIE SUBMISSIONS — BREAKTHROUGH //
Back at it again with an open discussion with our readers AKA wolfies about their favorite up and coming breakthrough creatives whether it be in music, fashion, entertainment etc. We welcome create minds to share their stories, talents and ideas in our monthly wolfie submissions.
P.S. POSITIVITY — INSPIRATION ROAD //
Our staff writer Orion Carloto selected some of submissions from our very own wolfie readers where they dabble about their favorite books, who they are currently listening to and several others and why they are inspired by them.
PINPOINT — INDIVIDUAL MEDLEY //
We took a trip to Atwater Village where we met up with the owners of Los Angeles based locally crafted shop, Individual Medley. We definitely found some unique finds, goods for both men and women and their dreamy space also conducts workshops and you can find some vintage apparel there too!
INSIGHT — SIMPLEST DAYDREAM //
We collaborated with Sacramento and Dallas based photographer, Marquel Plavan where focused on natural light and shades of auburn and magenta from the garden.
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