Created by Thyra Hilden and Pio Diaz, “Forms of Nature” chandelier is a beautifully designed bundle of white tangled branches, casting shadows on the walls that look like an eerie forest. As the light bulb is placed in the center of the chandelier, it projects a 360 degree shadow formation on every wall and the ceiling.
"The shadows engulf the room and transform the walls into unruly shadows of branches, bushes and gnarled trees. Mirrorings are thrown out upon the walls and ceilings and provide weak Rorschach-like hints of faces, life and flow of consciousness. Dimming the lights transforms the installation and one senses a weak fire burning deep in the center of the forest,“ describe Hilden and Diaz.
Sorry does anyone have an Instagram manual I could borrow please? I need to look up the section that tells me how to deal with rumours and hate. Oh. What? There isn't one!? Well shit. . .
I can tell you now that when people tell you "You can't please everyone" believe them. You can't. No matter how hard you try. How ever many times you backspace your words and rewrite them or get them checked by another to make sure you're saying the "right" thing.
Be true to yourself and write words that flow directly from your heart and you'll find you may lose some people, but you'll gain ones that love you for you. 🌹🖤
Treasures from the SD card... Found the ONLY pic from my very first burlesque performance, back before I was "officially" doing burlesque. It was actually at a belly dance show hosted, the infamous Inappropriate Hafla, in 2014. @jynxburlyq I think that show might have been your first burlesque performance too? And @glitterdoneburlyq you may have been the one that took this pic for me on my phone. And now we have ALL come to the NEKKID SIDE! #newbie#burlesque#inappropriatehafla#gothic#stripping#getnekkid#yesidancedtovnvnation