An Evening At Home

Surprise! This month I’ve uploaded a video again! I rearranged my room at the end of last year and now that everything’s settled I wanted to invite you in for a look. Come hang out with me!

I also wanted to provide some links to where I got some of my art, because I thought people might be interested. This isn’t a complete list because I unfortunately didn’t retain the artist information for some of the prints (I’ve owned some of them for 10+ years), but it’s the best I can do.

The Fool from Yoshi Yoshitani’s Fantasy Tarot

Official Left 4 Dead Blood Harvest Poster (although I think the ones they sell now have a bigger white border, which I don’t like the look of?)

Sarah Wilkinson doesn’t sell my Padme print anymore, but here’s her website.

The Fall (Lee Pace) print by Crunchy Frog Studio — here’s a link to it on their Society6 shop.

Revolutionary Girl Utena print by Etherelle.

My other two Utena prints are by vetiverfox. They don’t sell these anymore, but I love their work, so here’s their website!

I bought my big Van Gogh Almond Blossoms print from the poster merchants that always turned up at my college the first week of fall semester. I know it’s hung the wrong way, but I like it that way.

My lady knight is by Samijen, and they don’t currently seem to have an online store open, but here is their website.

Tempest by Heikala (which you might remember dredged up some feelings and inspired a post from last year).

Small Journey drawing by EiffelArt. He usually just sells originals instead of prints, but here’s his website.

Small waterfront painting by Danelle Malan, another one of a kind, but here’s her site!

It’s not a print, but the small ceramic ghosts are by Aubrey Aiese, here’s her shop!

I also show my pinboards in the video, so here’s just a list of artists I’ve often bought those kinds of little trinkets from:

Rodi (aka @bubblebrow on Twitter).

Riasaur’s shop isn’t live right now, but here’s a link to their Twitter.

Milkbun’s shop.

In this new video I used a small clip from a YouTube video of mine from 2016, a song I wrote called “Hey, Hi, Hello.” I’ve always seen this as one of the better songs I wrote when I was in my songwriting phase, but I also recently remembered the fun fact that it was inspired by my initial interactions with a certain Ghost that I blogged about a few years ago. I linked this in the description of my room video, and figured I should toss it here as well.

I hope you’ve enjoyed hanging out with me via video and I’ll see you next month!

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