AESTHETICS | Seelie Queen A mortal had woven it, a man who, having caught sight of the Seelie queen, had spent the remainder of his short life weaving depictions of her. He had died of starvation, raw, red fingers staining the final tapestry.
This article is an interview of a designer who creates clothing pieces and outfits from recycled materials. This is a trend in sustainability because it shows how you can reuse products to make designs. This could be a trend because people are becoming more aware of the environment and the troubles it faces with such a complex supply chain. Sarah A.
creatures of myth: banshees In legend, a banshee is a fairy woman who begins to wail if someone is about to die. There are Irish families who are believed to have banshees attached to them, and whose cries herald the death of a member of that family.
Saga is the Norse Goddess of Poetry and History. She is one of Frigg‘s handmaidens, and possibly a daughter of Odin. She lives in a hall called Sokkvabekk, which means “sunken benches,” next to a flowing stream. She drinks daily with Odin from golden goblets. Saga’s name means “seeress,” and has come to mean any great telling of history.