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Our Peek Inside… series takes a look inside people's journals to celebrate their imagination and inspire others. Please send us an email if you have a project that you would like to be featured. This week we are getting an...
Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) was a Boston-born writer, poet, and editor who is widely considered to be one of history’s masters of dark, mysterious poetry and prose. Weaving an unnerving sense of luridness throughout much of his work, Poe...
Mystical and enticing big-eyed characters, ranging from the classical to the contemporary. Fantastic creatures and colourful accents over moody backdrops, then suddenly sweet in unexpected places. This is the magical world of French author and illustrator Benjamin Lacombe, one...
For our "X Questions With" series, we're speaking with talented individuals from around the world who have inspired us with their creativity and passion. If you have a story to tell or someone you'd like to see profiled, let...
This Sunday, April 15th would have been Leonardo da Vinci's 566th birthday – making today the perfect time to celebrate this original Renaissance Man. Leonardo's works in the realm of art, particularly painting and anatomical sketches, are well celebrated, but...
This week we had the pleasure of chatting with our Free Your Mind series cover artist, Catrin Welz-Stein. The German artist’s dreamlike digital art creates an ethereal new world for its viewers. We talk to Catrin about her process...
Samuel Longhorne Clemens (1835-1910), known by the pen name Mark Twain, has been called “the father of American literature. ” In his day he was America’s most famous literary icon. A humorist, satirist, lecturer and novelist, Twain combined narrative...
The muted and complex palette of pastel colours and the sensuous, sinuous lines of Alphonse Mucha’s work heralded a novel moment in art history. In works notable for their youthful energy and simplified draftsmanship, Mucha (1860–1939) helped to turn...
Camille Beckles, better known by the moniker “Camille at the Wheel,” is a ceramics artist based in Queens, New York. Her handmade, wheel-thrown ceramics in muted tones and minimalist hand-carved details seamlessly combine beauty and functionality, elevating everyday objects –...
We often highlight how wonderful journals can be for holding your private thoughts – places where you can be completely honest about how you're feeling about your life and the people in it. We should mention, though, that if...