One of the fun things to do after so long away is to stroll through the unfamiliar wine labels at the local liquor store...
Thursday, 18 August 2016
Tuesday, 16 August 2016
Transcontinental moves are difficult to say the least. Because we've done this once before I know there is an awkward period of transition. On the border of the past and the threshold of the future it's a liminal time; neither here nor there, neither this nor that. Doesn't make it any easier but good to know it will pass.
|Horny, hairy and horrifying: the scariest monsters in art|
Sunday, 14 August 2016
If you're looking for some different ideas for a costume, something more pagan-ee perhaps? Check these out...
|21st C Pagan Garb|
"Several years ago Charles Fréger set out to document the many costumes used all over Europe for pagan rituals, visiting 18 countries on his journey to pin down the archetype of the “Wild Man” that transcends any one culture. The pictures were then collected in a marvelous book called Wilder Mann. The costumes he found resemble something out of commedia dell’arte or Día de los Muertos, only far deeper and far stranger. They clearly represent the devil, billy goats, wild boars, and bizarre conflagrations thereof, using all manner of masks, straw, horns, pine twigs, antlers, bells, fur, and bones."