My latest post on the wonderful gory world of twisted princesses, made me wonder what else could you file under zombie fairytales, and while trekking the vast wide world … Read more
First post of the year, doing my darn best to live up to my new year resolution of getting back on the blogging game!
A couple of years ago (wow, … Read more
Marco Mazzoni’s work revolves around an eclectic mix of mystical Italian folklore, medicinal flora, symbolic fauna and delicate femininity that end up creating a set of women who seduce, bewitch, … Read more
John Brophy is an American artist living in the Seattle who spent a lot of time traveling when he was a kid. His father worked in aerospace and his family … Read more
“I create because, well…I just have this urge to create. I was born with it. It’s completely unexplainable and I don’t know where it comes from. My purpose is … Read more
Chinese Chen Hongzhu’s work, is filled with stark “china doll” portraits of fractured innocence, her figures appear child-like and cute, but at the same time old beyond their years. Sometimes … Read more