Photographer Aliza Razell often likes to mix mediums to create beautiful, wonderfully surreal photography. With many of her works, I feel as if I have one foot in the real world, the other in a mystical land, where anything is possible.
The animated adaptation of Richard Adam's groundbreaking novel Watership Down - still one of my favourite reads, I highly recommend it - introduced me to the harsh realities of death when I was well under double figures. Despite the deep feeling of terror and intense grief that it installed when I was a young un,… Continue reading Black Rabbit of Inlé
Throughout my childhood, I watched my Grandmother craft embroidered works of flowered gardens and English cottages for the walls of her home. The only slightly dark work I ever saw her undertake was a pattern of two wolves for me to hang on my bedroom wall. Even then, both wolves looked calm and contemplative, not… Continue reading Interview : Adipocere Embroidery
The day I encountered the writing of fashion journalist Josh Walker I nearly wept. This colourblind wordsmith shapes his experiences in the fashion world into online content that is beautiful, descriptive and deeply evocative. I never knew fashion writing could move me in such a way. As well as being a fashion writer and editor,… Continue reading Interview : Josh Walker Of Colourblind
The first time my eyes crossed over the work of Polish photographer Maciej Goraczko my reaction was purely physical. I felt my stomach lurch and my heart thump like a tribal drum beat. I had to look away for a minute or two, then go back to scrolling and viewing one damnable image after another.… Continue reading Interview : Maciej Goraczko