You might have already noticed that I’m back from my voyage to Cambridge and London.
During my time in England, I
i) got invited to chase the ghost of the most haunted house in London (50 Berkeley Square – pictures will follow),
ii) got locked up in Kensal Green Cemetery for 20 minutes,
iii) made it into Ronnie Scott’s,
iv) spotted a punk hamster in Camden Town, and…
v) walked into Sotheby‘s at New Bond Street with muddy Doc Martens, a bleeding knee and a torn “L’art est inutile” shirt.
After long introspection, I came to the conclusion that England is as mental as ever.
So yes, I suppose I had a great time – even though my embalmed armadillo had to stay at home due to the strict British quarantine rules for zombie pets. *sobs*
But for now, dear reader, please steal your little sister’s doll’s house, turn all the lights off, lean back and enjoy Issue 4 of Notes From the Haunted Doll’s House.
In other 46.19% irrelevant news, this
massive bird of prey darling little birdie landed on my balcony today and stared at me for half a minute. Cute! o_O
Marina Bychkova – Exquisitely detailed and finely crafted cast in porcelain.
Shary Boyle – Make sure to check out the drawing, painting, projection and illustration portfolios of this multi-talented artist too.
Koitsukihime – Château de Lune… nomen est omen.
( via Trevor Brown, c.f. image above)
Gianni Candido – Fashion/beauty/glamour photographer experimenting rather skillfully with doll imagery.
Kai Akemi – Confusing website navigation, but never-ending eye candy.
Zoe Leonard – Ingenious, life-like b/w photographs of anatomical models.
(via Mark Wallace)
Hiroshi Araki – From Araki’s 1993 AstroBoy series.