This non profit art calendar aims to open women's eyes to the resources hidden within their own menstrual cycles.
- Basically, women sit on this arsenal of superpowers that most don’t know how to access because we were never taught how our biology really works. Cycle tracking allows you to predict recurring highs and lows. This means that instead of pushing yourself when your body and mind is affected by a dip in hormones, you’ll know when to nurture yourself and when you’ll have peak energy, so that you can use that to your advantage. You’ll also understand how your habits and diet affect your cycle, which gives you the key to a healthier and more balanced life, says illustrator Lina Ekstrand. Together with journalist Eva Paulsen and art director Louise Matell, Ekstrand makes up Shevolution, the female creative collective behind the Bloody Yes! project.
Custom artwork for the calendar has been created by female illustrators hand picked from all across the world, while interviews with fertility expert Koos and artist and activist Kiran Gandhi, known for free bleeding her way through the London marathon, are meant to inform and inspire.