1. Petra Collins Petra Collins Often known among the adolescent girl population for shooting warmly lit photos for feminist teen publications like Rookie, 23 year-old Petra Collins pioneered a new form of feminist photography. Focusing on the in-between moments of girlhood from sticker covered bedrooms to admiration of self, Collins has gained notoriety for her work which often focuses on teenage life. Since her breakout work in Tavi Gevinson's Rookie, Collins has shot photos of big names like musicians Grimes and Sky Ferreria, as well as models such as Bella Hadid. Check out her work on her Instagram, @petrafcollins 2. Eugenia Loli Eugenia Loli / Via Instagram: @eugenia_loli This former computer programmer is also a California-based film and collage artist. Loli creates surreal and abstract scenes by expertly combining magazine cut-outs. Her layer-heavy work includes cheeky images you may see circulating social networks, like a woman kissing a man made out of spaghetti. 3. Monica Ahanonu MonicaAhanonuDesign on Etsy / Via etsy.com This #girlboss artist currently has a gig at DreamWorks Animation. Check out her Instagram (@monicaahanonu) for portraits crafted with geometrical shapes and Matisse-esque silhouettes. Ahanonu also displays brightly-colored, sharp fashion illustrations devoted to collections from retailers like J. Crew, Anna Sui, and Chanel. 4. Bethany Mollenkoff Bethany Mollenkoff Mollenkoff is a photojournalist for The LA Times. Exploring everything from Coachella fashion to the struggle of farmworkers, Mollenkoff displays a penchant for techniques such as mirroring, focusing on shadow, and double exposure in her work. 5. Shantell Martin Shantell Martin This artist, adjunct professor, scholar, and award-winner is killing it. Martin's black and white world pairs side-eye giving faces with towering metropolises, following a captivating dashed-line narrative. Martin’s work has been adapted through collaboration onto lamps, bicycles, bags, and even a pair of Converse. #Goals. 6. Rosson Crow Rosson Crow Like many, Crow is an artist currently working in Los Angeles. This Yale alumnae paints color-saturated historical scenes bursting with neon lines. Crow was featured in a Wall Street Journal article entitled “The 23-Year Old Masters” about young significant artists. Crow has also collaborated with similarly color-happy fashion designer, Jeremy Scott.