365 Days Of Dark Art : 8 / Zaria Forman

You thought that image on the homepage was a photograph didn't you? Well, believe it or not, all of the images in this post are drawings. Yes. I know. It's fucking insane. The outrageously talented artist behind them is Zaria Forman, a resident of Brooklyn, NYC. I've been working on Arctic related material all day,… Continue reading 365 Days Of Dark Art : 8 / Zaria Forman

Interview : Alicia Hannah Naomi

I came across Alicia Hannah Naomi last year while I was browsing Occulter. I was immediately taken with the stunningly raw nature of her jewellery designs, and have been obsessed with her work ever since. You're a successful contemporary jewellery designer and style blogger. How does it feel to get up every day and know… Continue reading Interview : Alicia Hannah Naomi

A Review Of Frozen In Time: The Fate Of The Franklin Expedition by Owen Beattie & John Geiger

  ‘There is something unnerving about people who can’t be located dead or alive. They upset our sense of space – surely the missing ones have to be somewhere, but where?’  – Margaret Atwood.   Whenever I visit the library, I make a beeline for the travel section, and crouch down to inspect the lowest… Continue reading A Review Of Frozen In Time: The Fate Of The Franklin Expedition by Owen Beattie & John Geiger

A Review of Dark Matter by Michelle Paver

‘Up here a man becomes aware of things that he can’t perceive further south.’ I read most of Michelle Paver’s Chronicles of Ancient Darkness, but got bored after a while. The series started off great, but then they got a bit, well, ugh. I reckon that’s why it’s taken me a while to pick this… Continue reading A Review of Dark Matter by Michelle Paver