Evanescent

Bones Bones, Baphomet horns and black lipstick – My very visual way to represent Death and what my little six year old neighbour called a “belated Halloween costume – I’m not scared!!”. I wasn’t trying to scare anyone, but it’s true that Halloween is supposed to be a moment when the bridges between the worlds…

Redbubble prints

Do you know Redbubble? It’s a good place to look for original designs, as artists can upload their stuff and you can have them printed as posters, but also skirts or bath mats!… I looked at their FAQ before registering, they seem ethical, and the prints are of very good quality. My account there is…

London Perspectives

I have been living in London for 3 years and a half now. London is always changing, morphing and evolving. Sometimes, you can see beauty through a fraction of a detail. Sometimes, you appreciate old staples from a new perspective. The path Looking through Waterfront Assassin’s Creed

Goth Dryads 2

After our gothic adventures in a forest, Alexis and I followed photographer Marina Bratunova (Also https://www.instagram.com/gimba_bra/) further into gothland. We discovered a very nice churchyard, and a river. Who thinks vampires can’t cross a river? Some of the pictures make me think of movie posters, don’t you think? They’re in Parties Learning lines in the rainSpecial effects…

Mythological Being: bird hybrid

Let’s continue or mythological journey with more pictures by Ghene Snowdon, this time shot in the largest public square in London. Siren If in the previous article I was an undead mermaid, then in this one I’m more of a siren, even if I’m still wearing my dead mermaid dress from BlackMilk. They now tend…

Mythological Being: Undead Mermaid

This session with Ghene Snowdon Photography was awesome, we went to the Temple area in London and shot next to old brick walls, and as you’ll see in part 2 of Mythological Beings, in a garden. She played a bit with black and white and I quite like the results! So why an undead mermaid?…

Bluetalism

Brutalist maze under a blue haze I promised more pictures from the Barbican photoshoot with capturingemotions.co.uk  in the previous article, Outpost, and here they are! A concrete opening for a cobalt opera Brutalism is an architectural style that started in the 1950s. Often massive, with concrete blocks prone to urban decay and fortress-like features, brutalist…

Outpost

Dress from Asos, Club L harness maxi dress Two months ago, I modeled for capturingemotions.co.uk again, a great experience as usual. This time, we went to the Barbican Estate in London. There will be another post after this one from the same location, focusing on one of these outfits. Old dress from Zara, bra by…

The Wish Shop

Let’s go a little curio, just in time for Halloween! If you have read the previous articles, Karou’s wishbone and Chimaera’s Hamsas, you will have learnt about Karou, Laini Taylor’s character from Daughter of Smoke and Bone. Karou happens to have the Chimaera Brimstone for a father figure. This is the last set of pictures…

Chimaera’s Hamsas

This outfit is heavily inspired by Karou from Daughter of Smoke and Bone by Laini Taylor, like my previous article, Karou’s wishbone. This is part 2 of the Waterloo photoshoot with Marco Vinagre. Remember when I wrote that she had other powers than using wishes? Karou has eyes on her palms, but they aren’t tattoos though,…