Friday, 28 October 2011

Inspired by 1970s B-movie masters, Argento, Castle, and Carpenter, this years In The Company of Wolves event showcased an eclectic collaboration of Fashion, Art, Music and in the Subclub, Glasgow. With luminous lighting effects and live visuals from Florence To the venue reflected scenes from the horror masterpiece Suspiria. Here are a few snaps of the night.



Tableau Vivant performance by artist Claudia Nova.
Based on a scene from the lesbian B-Movie horror Daughters of Darkness, three models held this position during the intermission of the show.


Artwork by Rachel Frances Sharpe. Prints from the Little Death series (June 2011).
These prints are four colour separation screen-prints. The prints are taken from a collage based on JG Ballards cult movie Crash. The prints co-exist with lazer-cut blood splats as seen in the middle of the image.




Bonnie Bling



Fair Feathered Friend




Linzi Austin




Jenivieve Berlin Millinery
http://www.jbmillinery.com/






Thursday, 18 August 2011

Strange sisters





I've been fascinated with Pulp fiction since reading Susan Stryker's Queer Pulp; Perverted Passions from the Golden Age of the Paperback for an essay on LGBT zines in my second year of art school. My favourite covers are probably the most sensationalist illustrations for lesbian queer pulp published in the 1950's and 60's. Here are some of my personal pulp favourites..


Friday, 22 July 2011

Concrete Jungles





Inspired by JG Ballard's 'Concrete Island', a series of concrete freeways.
"Architect Robert Maitland crashes his Jaguar one afternoon, marooning himself on “a small traffic island, some two hundred yards long and triangular in shape, that lay in the waste ground between three converging motorway routes”. Injured and hidden from the passing motorists, Maitland withdraws into his own skull."