See What I See

I've been using Pinterest a fair bit recently. I find it to be a healthier alternative to Instagram. There's more of 'the good stuff' there, and I tend not to find myself pining for the old days, before the word 'selfie' was thought up by a drunk Australian. When I go there to gather inspiration,… Continue reading See What I See

The Witches & Wraiths Of Instagram : Midwinter Crone

I've been following the work of French photographer Samantha Charrazac for quite some time on Tumblr, but only recently have I encountered the ethereal creative on Instagram. Her page is one of my favourite places to stop, scroll and stare. Instagram works beautifully well as a gallery for her photography, and it's a truly thrilling… Continue reading The Witches & Wraiths Of Instagram : Midwinter Crone

Wyrd Words & Effigies Dark Yuletide Gift List

So my friends, here it is...the very first Wyrd Words & Effigies Yuletide Gift List. We're not an easy lot to buy for, us strange folk, but hopefully this list will lift off some pressure that you may be feeling around this time. I have focused a lot of my attention on small, independent, ethically… Continue reading Wyrd Words & Effigies Dark Yuletide Gift List

Interview : Waltkvlten

The work of German artist Knechter harks back to a different time, when the loudest sound on the hillside was cowbells, rather than the sizzling currents emitting from sky high pylons. The subjects and themes of his work speak to me on multiple levels, and I find myself returning to lose myself in his creations… Continue reading Interview : Waltkvlten

Interview : Ysambre Fauntography

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

Interview : Heathen Harnow

I’ve been following the work of Swedish artist Heathen Harnow for quite some time now, and am regularly bowled over by the way in which his work clings to my consciousness for days after first setting my eyes on it. My body is in England, but my soul is in Scandinavia, and for me, his… Continue reading Interview : Heathen Harnow