half wild child demon dreams

follow my work HERE

Theme by Theme Static

theclotheshorse:

Löwenzahn-Dessous / Dandelion Lingerie

hoveringcat:

Amy Friend’s series “Daré alla Lucé” looks quite magical and I love the idea behind it.

She explains:

“Through small deliberate interventions, I altered these vintage images, allowing light to pass through them. (After all, photographs are made possible with light.) In a literal and somewhat playful manner, I aimed to give the photographs back to the light, hence the title of the series, Daré alla Lucé, an Italian phrase used to describe the moment of birth.”

Found via curate 1k.

d-e-m:

Art direction by Bloomwood
Photographer - Yan Yagay

milicentbrovovich:

The Alkonost is, according to Russian folklore, a creature with the body of a bird but the head of a beautiful woman. It makes sounds that are amazingly beautiful, and those who hear these sounds forget everything they know and want nothing more ever again, rather like the sirens of Greek myth. The alkonost lays her eggs on a beach and then rolls them into the sea. When the alkonost’s eggs hatch, a thunderstorm sets in and the sea becomes so rough that it is untravelable. The name of the alkonost came from a Greek demigoddess whose name was Alcyone. In Greek mythology, Alcyone was transformed by the gods into a kingfisher.