Every artist – be they a painter, musician, writer or sculptor – has a moment where the creative spark is ignited. A place in time that will always be marked as a turning point for them in regards to delving into their passion. For you, at what point in time did
The conjurer behind Conjurer’s Kitchen, Annabelle de Vetten, has found a way to put her training as a taxidermist, sculptor and painter to work in an amazing way – she creates the most morbid, gruesome and disturbingly beautiful cakes and confections. If you’re someone with grotesque leanings and you need
It’s April, and that means that Christmas is around the corner! I have actually met people who shop for Christmas all year round in order to have a huge stash of cheap stuff to give people when the end of the year finally rolls around. As with so much of
I like to remind myself frequently that I am but a speck floating on the cosmic breeze, one with the mountains and seas that cover our planet. A designer whose gorgeous and grotesque jewellery embodies this interconnectivity of life is FLORIDxFAUNA, and today I want to share with you some
Whether an ace dealt from the bottom or your Grandpa Morty’s coin behind the ear trick, sleight of hand deceives the eye and mind. But in the works of artist Brian Sheehan, the deceit and guile of sleight of hand is entwined with shadows and the macabre. Welcome to Legerdemain.
Dolls can be a kid’s best friend, but they can also be their worst enemy. Maybe it’s because of their ability to be personified that dolls take on both the good and the evil of human beings. My kids definitely have a couple of dolls that creep me out, whether