Olga Prinku has reimagined the art of embroidery by weaving dried and freshly cut blooms into artful arrangements. Delicately sewing the florals to tulle (or mesh) allows the subjects to be shown at their full potential - fragile and beautiful. You can find more of Olga’s work on her Instagram.
i. Tyler Joseph singing Guns for Hands on a stage at a festival. It’s late afternoon, and the soft golden light sits over a cheering crowd. The smell of festival foods fill the air. A faint wind catches the flags above Josh’s head and flaps them lazily while he contentedly drums to his best friend’s voice. An airplane crosses the sky, leaving a long white line. In the distance, you can hear faint music from other sets. There is a strong shared feeling of leaving all your problems behind.
A different take on some of my Kemetic artwork. Depictions of the gods with their animal heads are all well and good but I thought I’d try my hand at some more humanoid artwork as well.
I decided to start with Set, because he’s my favorite. He’s often referred to as Lord of the Oasis, so here he is chillin’ in one.
I know this is more unorthodox compared to my other more popular kemetic series so I don’t know that it will sell, but I’m going to offer it up anyways. Proceeds will go to a friend’s gofundme for their house fire fund.