Category: art

The Buried Moon

I recently became the patron of an amazing bard I met on Instagram, Dawn Nelson a.k.a. DD storyteller, whose main gig is – in her own words – «connecting people with nature, history and the landscape that surrounds them, through storytelling». She’s amazing. The website is here, though she mostly communicates through her Patreon. She […]

The Lay of St. Cuthbert (another Ingoldsby Legend)

A few weeks ago, I talked about Arthur Rackham, one of my favourite illustrators, and his works. One of his works was illustrations for an obscure collection of weird tales, called The Ingoldsby Legends, and they caught your attention. I already brought you one of the tales: today, I bring you another: “The Lay of […]

The Leech of Folkestone (one of the Ingoldsby Legends)

As I had the chance of introducing here, I love Arthur Rackham and, after having focused a lot on Kay Nielsen’s work, I feel I should dedicate some attention to him as well. I poured some works he illustrated in this post, but some of the stuff deserves more attention. The Ingoldsby Legends, or Mirth […]