Anijsmelk: A True Dutch Treat

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Article taken from Issue #37 || Winter 2016 Print || Digital Text and Photography by Paul Himmelein Rembrandt van Rijn, Frans Hals, Jan Vermeer—think back to the days of the old Dutch Masters, when cultured men and women of...
Orley Anderson

I Do Believe In Faires

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Orley Anderson—in her own words, a “mother, creative stylist, and lover of glitter”—conceived of these astonishing images after deciding she “wanted there to be a POC fairy for little girls to be able to...

Greeting From The Northern Hemisphere

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Mother Nature’s magical wheel turns ever so slowly. Listen closely and pay mind to the slight shifts and changes happening every day or they may pass you by. I personally make a conscious effort...

The Bee Goddesses of Stephanie Law

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They are ethereal. Supple and airy, with an almost Erté-like fluidity and grace. But the goddesses that Stephanie Law paints also have an earthy majesty the father of Art Deco never bestowed upon his creations....

Autumn’s Abundance

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Photography: Jovana Rikalo | Models: Mina Madžarević, Irina Ognenovska, Milica Simić, Sasha Lambon, Renata Beslać, Sonja Mišić | MUA: Biljana Velojić | Clothing: Edith Val, Margo Concept, Son de Flor Location: Fairy Oak   Jovana Rikalo...

Faeries of the Forest

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Photography by Joy Marshall Models: Tatiana Pimentel and Courtney Fox-Johns Wings: Creatures Who Craft Jewelry: Parrish Relics For last spring’s Pre-Raphaelite issue, photographer Joy Marshall, model and artist Tatiana Pimentel, and jeweler Jen Parrish-Hill of Parrish Relics gathered...

An Enchanted Kitchen

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Article taken from Issue #32 || Autumn 2015 Print || Digital When The Art of the Home blogger and professional muralist Dawn-Marie deLara first set out to redesign her kitchen, in all its former “yellow plastic...

Stamped With Immortality

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A piece on Elizabeth Siddal (July 25, 1829–February 11, 1862) by Helena Aguilar Mayans and The Seamstress of RohanTo produce any work on Elizabeth Siddal requires a constant struggle between myth and reality, fact and...

Light Among the Ruins

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Inside a roofless church, sculptures crumble in the grip of strong vines. A glass conservatory shatters as the plants once grown inside reach for the manor house just beyond the windows. What used to...
Faerie Magazine Photography: Elizabeth Elder Photography Art Direction/Modeling: Vanessa Walton of Creature of Habit Models: Jessica Dru and Rachel Day Assistance: JoEllen Elam of Firefly Path Tails: Finfolk Productions

Sea Of Flowers

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Mermaids are creatures of the ocean who would die on land. Delicate flowers can only survive on land and would break apart and fade into nothingness in the salty ocean. These would seem to make for...