Thinking In The Dark : Cobwebs

It's more difficult to see cobwebs now, what with there being so much sun. (Boooo!) I have to look much harder to spot them, and usually need to squint to make out the delicate, glinting spider silk that's set like steel. I miss the autumn months when I'd get up early and rush out into… Continue reading Thinking In The Dark : Cobwebs

Support The Dark Arts

October is literally panting on the doorstep and clawing to be let in...and are you ready for it? How about investing in a dark, and obscure tote bag ready to stuff with Halloween goodness...as well as the bread, milk and sugar? And a spiral notebook to carry in your bag at all times, ready for… Continue reading Support The Dark Arts

Intriguing Instagrammers : Seven Mile Mountain

Seven Mile Mountain is something which I've kept in mind ever since WW&E went on a hiatus. I knew that it would be one of the very first things I'd write about when I made my return. The brainchild of the mysterious Sara Larocca-Ramm (who I happened to interview eons ago...), one third of Sisters… Continue reading Intriguing Instagrammers : Seven Mile Mountain

365 Days Of Dark Art : 71 / Nadia Maria

The website of Brazilian photographer Nadia Maria has quickly become one of my favourite dark art hangouts. Her passion for photography began as a child, when she would photograph her dolls. Her work is a personal journal of feelings and transformations.... The focus of her inspiration is at poetry, and photography is her writing, her… Continue reading 365 Days Of Dark Art : 71 / Nadia Maria