A Kindred Gloom: The Eerie Photography Of Sir Simon Marsden

For a dreary stretch of years I lived cut off from friends and family in a miserable realm known to me now as, “that shit-hole of which we do not speak,” (to others, I suppose it is just “New Jersey”.) I led a rather joyless existence during that time, especially during the winters, for I […]

Life in Death at Tower Hamlets Cemetery

What better way to escape summer heat, than to lose oneself in history for a few languid hours, sheltered by centuries-old trees and occasionally tangled in overgrown ivy. Amidst the veritable cornucopia of London’s lush green spaces are some unlikely constituents: cemeteries. The most beautiful of these are known as The Magnificent Seven, and I’ve […]

Hidden

  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. […]