New this week in the Disco Witch Vintage Shop :: Antique medical equipment, Vintage books, Witches, and more.
I’ve also begun a very slow closet clean out, starting with a See You Monday Sun and Moon Kimono that I bought for myself and never wore. It’s currently listed on eBay, and is seriously inspiring me to clear out my over stuffed closets!!
Behemoth is Morph Knitwear’s fourth and largest collection. Inspired by continuity and grace, darkness and challenge, each piece is hand knit by designer Angela Thorton.
“I hope to have captured the dichotomy of comfort and elegance that I am always striving for in my own wardrobe.”
Ethereal – Bodies, Ritual and Desire, by Janet Parker – Smith, Claude Jones, & Cleo Gardiner
“Hidden” is an annual sculpture exhibit put on by the Rookwood Cemetery, Australia’s largest graveyard. The exhibit serves as a sort of community outreach, showing people that cemeteries are beautiful, interesting places worth visiting for more than funerals. While there are many sculptures in this year’s display, this one caught me especially.
Imagine walking through a graveyard and finding this, a suspended wedding dress with cloven hooves and harpies’ hands, swaying ever-so-slightly in the breeze.
Let’s all put on our copies of Rumours and do some Stevie spins for She Vamps, this week’s Etsy Shop pick.
Yeah, yeah. I know. You read Poe’s The Raven already. Probably more than once. Quite possible you can recite it word for word.
But you haven’t read it like this.
The Library of Congress has scanned and hosted high resolution scans of a rare version of The Raven illustrated by Gustave Dore (best known for illustrating both Paradise Lost and most of Christian Death’s better albums). So read it again. Heck, read it to an impressionable child. After all, it’s Gothtober.