If you prefer the company of animals to people, and are always disappointed when hoods don’t conceal your face in shadow, you may appreciate this rangercore/elfpunk aesthetic.
In this article, I describe a historybounding aesthetic that features Edwardian/late Victorian designs with steampunk and fairytale elements.
Well met, everyone, and welcome back to the blog! Last year, I posted a picture on my Instagram of a sewing pattern by Truly Victorian. Surprisingly, that photo got almost twice as many likes as I usually got during that time, so it showed… Continue Reading “Historybounding Aesthetics: Intro”
Now that we’re in the final month of 2020, I thought it’d be a good idea to revisit my resolutions for this year.
I linger at the hawthorn tree and beg you not to follow; I know who may be waiting under the enchanted canopy. I long for their rescue from this dark, wicked world and for the whispers in the earth to beckon me home, where… Continue Reading “A Maiden Fair (Poetry)”
These past few months have been chaotic with news of the coronavirus COVID-19, and I hope everyone is staying safe and self-quarantining for their safety and the safety of others around them. So far, I’m okay, I’m self-quarantining, and since one of my day… Continue Reading “Creativity in the face of COVID-19”
The numbers are cold, The musical notes still warm With the sensuous scarlet That also decorates the dotted line Of the contract I just signed In my own blood— I sold my soul So I could let others Commune with their own.