The Exhibits

 

 

#ForTheLoveOfMen

 
 

We have a theory that one of men’s core drivers is to make women happy. And one of women’s deepest desires is to fully and passionately love men with an undefended heart.

But how can men do this if we as women don’t know what makes us truly happy? And how can women be fully and deeply in love with men if their true nature is masked by cultural misogyny?   

We believe that the true nature of women is deep happiness and that the true nature of men honors and protects all life.

Through the Feminine Weapon 2018 exhibits and conversations, we’ll deep dive into what it means to be a truly happy woman and celebrate the men we know are Good Men in our lives.

 Concepted by founder Christina Weber, renowned artists Manuela Rana and Nico Nelson photographed the men. Creative direction by Christina Kaputsos.

The time to elect a Good Man in your life is NOW!


 

#HerDesign

 
 

While we're each part of the whole, we bring our own brand of uniqueness to the other and the world around us. 

Human Design uses your birth data to calculate a rave chart. This is based on the science of Neutrinos, tiny particles that carry mass and information to determine our unique imprinting.

#HerDesign features our unique designs. Photographed to magnify our natural beauty, rave charts overlay highlighting our Human Design.  See More →

Photographer: Ian Bailey
Producer: Nick Nakahara
Graphic Designer: Hila Schurr


#shesleeps

 
 
 

Sleep is were we spend nearly a third of our lives. But when it comes to sleeping, well established to be as important as exercising and eating right, the story is much different as our pride was once getting turned upside down. Ambitions are high in NYC. Here we give love and release shame once felt by sleeping "too much." See More →

Photographer Manuela Rana captured our deep Zzzzz's.  


#iamfeminineweapon

 
 
 

2014 exhibit ignited the Feminine Weapon within us. See More →

Photographer Manuela Rana captured our expression of this in venues all throughout New York City.