Taxidermist-turned-confectioner Annabel de Vetten-Peterson (aka Annabel Lecter) of the The Conjurer’s Kitchen has recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to take her work to the next level- buying a professional chocolate tempering machine so that she no longer has to create her amazing edible artwork on the kitchen stove. Wait, on the kitchen stove??? Some days I can barely put cereal in a bowl.
Thanks to an article on Vice on her work, Annabel has reached her modest original goal in just a few days- but extra money will allow her to purchase some extra skulls for molds and push her work even farther.
Rik Garret explores the historical and personal relationships between witchcraft, femininity, and nature. His images invoke the primal song of the witch woman in us all, cohesively blending raw power and sexuality with a connection with the earth.
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