The curving, distinctive lines of Art Nouveau buildings retain their glamour even when caked with dust or overgrown with vegetation. In fact, it might be even more fitting to witness an Art Nouveau creation fade back into nature. Sven Fennema...
One likely reason owls love us so much is because senior editor Grace Nuth spends much of her spare time cozying up to them, when she's not interviewing Toby Froud about Dark Crystal, Age of Resistance or talking to Gibbous Fashions about witchy fashion or writing lists...
PHOTOGRAPHER HAKARYO WITH AMARIS PHOTOGRAPHY MODEL ZING RUBY Japan: culture of both Miyazaki's mythic forests and trend-setting Tokyo. It’s a land of creative expression, and one very visible outlet for this expression is fashion. Over the last few decades, Japanese street fashion...
Article taken from Issue #32 || Autumn 2015 Print || Digital Throughly exploring an artwork by Rusty McDonald of DividingME Photography is like viewing an achingly lovely landscape through fog, or listing to beautiful music under water. There’s a mystical veil over the...
Anita Anti is a self taught photo artist, professional photographer, and retoucher from the Ukraine, now living in New York City. We love the dream worlds she creates with her delicate, feminine images—women wandering through fields and forests, playing...
We wanted to share some very fairytale-esque, lovely photos from French photographer Amber of Zephyr & Luna, who travels all around the world to capture these romantic scenes. Look at this one from the depths of the enchanted forest: Sigh....
“Often at midnight she flies through the streets of the town, and looks in at the windows, then the ice freezes on the panes into wonderful shapes that look like flowers and castles.” —from “The Snow Queen” by Hans Christian...
Article taken from Issue #27 || Summer 2014 Print || Digital Austria native Andreas Franke is not only an avid diver and long-time professional photographer, but a magician who conjures his own worlds. After photographing the Austrian shipwreck Baron Gautsch several years ago, he...
Gavin Hardcastle

The Magic of SCOTLAND

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Like the prickles of the fierce, resilient thistle, should it be handled without care, Scotland gets under your skin. Visit once and you may well succumb to enchantment, as if spellbound by the “little people” said to live within the...

Sehnsucht

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A PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY BY HELENA AGUILAR MAYANS     "Sehnsucht” is a German noun, hard to translate into other languages. It could be translated as nostalgia, longing, yearning, desire ... or the yearning for an unknown or dreamed place. It was a...