Have you come searching for unsettling beauty? Then you have come to the right place. Let me introduce you to the warped, yet wonderful world of artist Gregor Gaida.
Finding a musical project which engages all of my senses and keeps me coming back for more is extremely rare nowadays, especially where Pagan folk music is concerned. So much of it sounds mediocre and rehashed. So I was delighted to come across Eliwagar the other day (thank you You Tube), a Norse Heathen Neofolk… Continue reading Eliwagar / Pagan Folk
Inspired by nature, mythological creatures and music, Ysambre Fauntography provides an escape into a different world. I repeatedly find myself going back to the enthralling images of fantastical creatures and forests with heavy mantles of mist, dramatic mountain ranges and humans intertwined with the earth itself. Can you please tell us a little bit about… Continue reading Interview : Ysambre Fauntography
A few weeks ago, a friend sent me a link to a short film, titled ‘Kin,’ and mentioned how it carried the atmosphere he wanted to convey in live action role-play. I was utterly bewitched from start to finish, and had to sit for a few moments afterwards to gather my thoughts. I remember muttering… Continue reading Interview : The Creators Of Kin Fables
When I stumbled across the photography of Jakob Polomski today, my breath left me, and I had to grapple to get it back. It’s so refreshing and exciting to come across a photographer who doesn’t just make your eyes wide to the point that they hurt, but who actually effects your entire body, so much… Continue reading The Photography Of Jakob Polomski