Founded in 2012, Wallflowers is an art journal that documents the works of creative individuals from around the world. It collects the building blocks of a growing global art community and aims to give a voice to up-and-coming artists and their work, whether visual, literary, or auditory. Wallflowers seeks to feature unconventionality, encouraging its readers to re-consider societal norms and expectations and to think beyond boundaries, especially in art.
Besides publishing articles online, Wallflowers has a themed digital periodical featuring collections of art pieces and writings. It is also an advocate of animal welfare and feminism and other issues that are sometimes avoided at the dinner table.