My name is Emily and I live in Portland, Maine, making jewelry, wandering on beaches, collecting rocks and reading books. I love sharing my interests and inspirations here on my blog.
The video below, entitled Solipsist, is eerie, magical and haunting. There are 3 seemingly separate stories that all seem to come together by the end in an intense culmination of music and imagery. SOLIPSIST from Andrew Huang on Vimeo. I … Continue reading
Scott Hazard creates these magical photo collages that appear to be photographs that have captured portals in a mundane landscape. I imagine tunnels in space and time that you could slip into and come out the other end in an … Continue reading
Beth Hoeckel’s collages are lovely, dreamy scenes that are cosmic, other-worldly and surreal: I love looking at them and dreaming up a narrative about the landscape or characters. Check our more of her work here.
I’m in love with the ink drawings by Virginia Kraljevic. They’re all about pattern in geometric and organic forms. The intricate lines draw me in and each print feels meditative because of the rhythm of the patterns. I could stare … Continue reading
Abelardo Morell is a photographer that creates amazing scenes by turning a room into a camera obscura. By blocking out all light with the exception of one small hole, the room into a camera, and what is outside is projected … Continue reading
Theo Jansen‘s Strandbeests are incredible sculptures that have a life of their own. Using plastic tubing he creates kinetic creatures powered by the wind. Watching this film gave me chills: In his own words: