Last year, the Getty team began to notice a growing art history influence among image-makers and creatives who reference classical art in their work. Years ago, I coined the term "Meta Renaissance" to describe some of the work...
Follow me on Instagram @TenthousandUnicorns Over the past few years my immediate family has spread itself across the country: originally we all lived in central Illinois, and I moved to Chicago for school (and stayed), my parents moved to Florida to retire, and my brother has moved around the state a few times for work... Continue Reading →
A new perspective on Tarot Readings, these images speak for themselves! Get yours here! The process is similar to a traditional tarot reading: a number of cards are drawn, and a story is told. Relationships are established, and themes are illuminated. A statement is made in response to a question.... Continue Reading →
I like to fuck around with stuff. I hate still lifes. My painting class in Community College was pretty much entirely focused on still lifes, mostly of fruit for the first few paintings. I kinda hated that, too. Then we got to choose our own subject matter for a still life. Our teacher, Al asked... Continue Reading →
This is a painting I did for my brother. It's something I had sketched out almost a year prior to painting it, I think around the time I was first reading about Buddhism. I was sorta fascinated with connected bodies- multiple beings joined together. This image is about disillusionment and finding your true self.