Watching Game of Thrones put ravens into my mind.
And Galina Krasskova also did something to that effect.
Last summer I visited a friend in Dublin. I also visited the National Museum of Archaeology. The visit was free of charge and amazing. The bog bodies impressed me the most. To block out the light, the bodies were placed in a spiral-like cardboard box. Thus meeting a bog body was a gradual process. And […]Read more "Gundestrup Cauldron"
I was first made aware of Charles Fréger’s art about three months ago. And now I want to promote his latest book Wilder Mann. I want these photographs to go viral. But please, do not just visit the National Geographic website, go to his own or better yet, find a way to go to one […]Read more "Wilder Mann & book envy"
I thought I had shared this image last week, but obviously I have done no such thing. This is pure beauty. What use is google? I google a god and google refers me back to my own website. Why does a god associated with passion, love and everlasting youth receive so little human attention? However […]Read more "I am a little obsessed with Aengus"
“I am Aengus; men call me the Young. I am the sunlight in the heart, the moonlight in the mind; I am the light at the end of every dream, the voice for ever calling to come away; I am desire beyond joy or tears. Come with me, come with me: I will make you immortal; for my palace opens into the Gardens of the Sun, and there are the fire-fountains which quench the heart’s desire in rapture.”*
I wonder what women call him.
*Evans-Wentz, W.Y. (1911). The Fairy Faith in Celtic Countries. Sacred texts.Read more "Aengus and Caer"
‘Macha’ by Angie SpencerRead more "This is Macha"