Last Saturday was Hidalgoth, a first event of its kind in Pachuca, México. It was organized by Dead Souls and was raised to celebrate the World Goth Day with diverse artistic deliveries. Of course I had to partake! It doesn´t matter where I am, I always have to join the darkside.
This is a watercolour illustration I made to be used as a bookmark. The bookmarks based on this design will be released later on.
My last favorites post was back in summer 2015!!! The cool thing is that those products became staples on my routine. However, I have 7 more favorites to share with you. Check out the video to learn why I love them.
Follow me through my process in search for inspiration. I´ll take you to Hacienda San Miguel Regla where I fall in love with the texture of ivy leaves. Check out the video below!
Four new photography prints are available in my store, ready to be framed or archived. Read more about them here.
Last week I payed a visit to an enchanting place called Hacienda San Miguel Regla, located in Huasca de Ocampo, Mexico.
It’s Monday and to celebrate the Moon, here’s lots of glitter to spice up the day.
I was inspired by the colours of moonstones. Hence the urge to add lots of glitter (and spider lashes!) I also wanted to challenge myself to use blue eye-shadow for it is the least used eye-shadow color in my collection.
My first concert in Mexico City, held at Circo Volador.
Special thanks to Edgar.
Finally back to the mambo dance-floor. Well not exactly, but I did make a fun video featuring my last Japan Candy Box unboxing. This time, I’m in Mexico, sharing the box with my friends who are trying Japanese candy and snacks for the first time!
I finally made some prints and stickers out of my work and I couldn’t be happier. It was a very hands-on experience where I had the opportunity to choose the types of paper/materials and printing techniques. I also cut everything myself.