Intriguing Instagrammers

Instead of climbing the walls because I still can't write a damn poem, I've been spending quite a bit of time on Instagram gathering inspiration. I thought I'd share with you some of the special posts I've seen today. p.s. If you'd like to come and join me on Instagram, I post here. https://www.instagram.com/p/B-H_R36JvLN/ https://www.instagram.com/p/B-H9XX4n0NT/… Continue reading Intriguing Instagrammers

TORVENIUS

I don't know how it's happened that I haven't Featured Swedish artist Axel Torvenius before, but it's with great pleasure that I introduce you folks to his work today. All of what he creates - from back patches to sculptures - leans towards dark, occult and heathen themes. My Etsy history is a 2 folded… Continue reading TORVENIUS

Nordic Darkness : The Art Of Einar Martinsen

I'm sorry it's been quiet around here. I have so much I want to talk to you about, but my brain isn't cooperating. I'm starting with some new medication next week, so hopefully it will help to lift the fog and I can get back to blogging every day. In the meantime, I want to… Continue reading Nordic Darkness : The Art Of Einar Martinsen

An Interpretation Of Elly Kedward

I am smitten with this statuette by Rumtucket Trading Co of Elly Kedward from The Blair Witch Project. In the film and "documentary", we were given lots of hints, allusions, and backstory for the Witch, but never got to see her. I loved how that allowed me to invent her in my head, making her… Continue reading An Interpretation Of Elly Kedward

Baba Yaga’s House Part II

When I was done with my previous post, I felt compelled to return to Etsy and look for more Baba Yaga's House inspired artworks and jewellery to share with you. Here are my favourite discoveries. Freyja Jewels / Enamel Pin Witchy Sticher / Cross Stich Pattern Little Ghouls Art / Art Print Freyja Jewels /… Continue reading Baba Yaga’s House Part II

Interview : Artist Sigrid Rødli

When I first encountered the art of Sigrid Rødli, my life was bleak. Very little could lift me out of my pit of despair...but Sigrid's art managed. Her artistic style lifted my mood and her experimentation with different mediums nurtured my own curious and creative spirit. I soon found myself prompted to embrace art again,… Continue reading Interview : Artist Sigrid Rødli

Queen Of Wyrd

2019 so far? Honestly, what the fuck was that? Every month for me has had its nasty troubles, and I find it somewhat remarkable that I’m still here writing to you. (There are some fantastic memes that have helped me through the quagmire of 2019 so I think I’ll do a post just for them… Continue reading Queen Of Wyrd

Dark Art Of Mermaids & Other Sea Folk

I got to thinking about mermaids the other day when I was reading into sea glass – something for which I’ve developed quite the obsession – and I discovered that, in sailors folklore, sea glass is said to be mermaid’s tears. The tears are supposedly shed as a result of Neptune’s jealous wrath when a… Continue reading Dark Art Of Mermaids & Other Sea Folk