Toothache Magazine was created because we believed there were not many spaces for young people to display their work, especially in our local community. We see this as a way to remedy that and also connect to other creative beings, locally and worldwide. Through this project, we hope to connect with so many different people, while learning new things and having discussions on various topics, such as music and visual art, but also social issues, such as feminism, being taken seriously as a teenager,etc. Our hope is that Toothache can become a source for creativity and inspiration. One day we hope to expand Toothache as a brand and use it to support artists through more than just an online presence. Feel free to contact us with questions, submissions or anything else your heart desires. Our first post will be up on May 5th; you should expect posts on Mondays and Fridays.
Stay cool you creative buggers.
Akosua and Sophie