What? Another post? Yes! And don’t worry, no early April Fool’s Day joke, just the next month review. I started the reviews last month with the release of the new Bleaq, and have been collecting fun links for this new March-version. Enjoy!
This month on Bleaq
- Porcelain/taxidermy sculptures by Les Deux Garçons
- Exquisite gold plated fantasy illustrations by Yoann Lossel
- Featured blogger: Anita (Ange Déformé) on her favourite artists
- Clean editorial illustrations by Patrycja Podkoscielny
- Sober, minimalistic photography by Garmonique
- Delicate nature inspired ink drawings by Theoretical Part
- The soft and sober illustrations of Ryan Salge
- Spotlight #7: Andreas Nitschke about his scary-wonderful collages
- Katie Eleanor’s romantic and mysterious dreamscapes
- Occult, nature inspired drawings by Lauren Gonsalves
- The vigorous heroes and heroines of Jel Ena
- Spotlight #8: Maxime Simoncelli on his nature inspired photography
- Vibrant mixed media portraits by Aunia Kahn
And: I’m back on Tumblr! I kind of abandoned my account for a while (sorry Tumblr!) but I’m back now, with a new theme and fresh content. Feel free to take a look!
- Issue #13 of ‘A Magazine Curated By’ is curated by Iris van Herpen, and it is amazing. Must buy for (dark) fashion fans. It’s on my desk right now and I can’t stop flipping through the pages.
- Love these skeleton-inside-kitty-candles. Cute + creepy = awesome. Thanks for the tip Anita!
- An old time favourite Tumblr website: bookshelfporn. So. Many. Books.
- Rebecca Jewell’s Delicate Images Of Birds Printed On Feathers via Beautiful Decay
- The Order of the Good Death is an amazing website. Via Haute Macabre.
– ‘A Magazine Curated by Iris van Herpen’ cover & skeleton kitty candle
With the arrival of Netflix in the Netherlands last year my boyfriend and I took series binge-watching to another level. We did four seasons of Farscape in a few weeks (and I loved it, Space Muppets!) and started watching Twin Peaks a few weeks ago. The series was high on my watchlist: everybody is always raving about it yet I never got around watching it. Well, now that I did I see why people are so excited about the show: I loved every single second of it. If you haven’t seen it, it’s highly recommend: it’s mysterious, intriguing and super funny. Since I can’t get the show out of my head I created a Twin Peaks Art board on Pinterest, join me if you like!
Yesterday I visited the Anne Wenzel exhibit in TENT I told you about last month, and it was gorgeous. Report coming up! This month I will finally visit the new Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, I look forward to seeing all the Dutch Masters again :)
Do you have anything you’d like to add? An artist I must see, an exhibit you loved or anything else? Let me know in the comments. Have a lovely monday, and I’ll see you again on wednesday with another artist feature.