Did you see these witches, bunnies & other monsters?

For me November is still spooky season. It could really last all throughout these dark Autumn and Winter days in my opinion (in the Northern hemisphere anyway). So how about some spooky reading materials? I have a few zines available for you:

NEW ZINES:

  • Witches’ Brew #5 – queer crone witch: full-colour mini-zine about the power of the queer crone witch
  • Witches’ Brew #6 – the faces of the moon: full-colour mini-zine about the moon phases and full moon names
  • Witches’ Brew #7 – time & space: an A6-size witchy perzine about sceptical/fluid/DIY witchcraft, witchy places, childhood memories, age, the wheel of the year, my magical morning routine, and more.
  • Witches’ Brew #8 – sigil catalog: a full-colour mini-zine filled with magickal symbols and a manual with different methods for how to make your own sigils
  • Bunnies & Other Monsters: a full-colour halloween-themed zine featuring Chainsaw Bunny and her friends

MORE INFO + HOW TO PLACE AN ORDER:

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The making of… more witch zines! (+ how to get them in avant-premiere)

In the past few weeks I’ve put the finishing touches on some of new zines.  So you can expect an announcement of their release very soon. I’ve mainly been working on a halloween-themed mini-zine featuring Chainsaw Bunny and several issues of Witches’ Brew – because as you know, tis the season. Here you can see some work-in-progress photos and sneak peeks:

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The magick of notebooks

Ok, I admit it, I’m a hoarder of notebooks, sketchbooks, and journals. But I do use them! And it’s also nice to have some not-yet-used options readily available in a box so I can choose from them for new projects instead of having to go out and buy a new one.

In this blogpost I’d like to show you some of my witchy notebooks and journals that are currently in use. I kind of feel like a kid working in these and I love it. Witchcraft opened up new creative opportunities for me that I’m very happy with. Since the pandemic I’ve used/filled about a dozen new sketchbooks/notebooks and the ones I started in the past 13 months are all witch-themed in some way. So let’s take a look…

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Witchy places in my city – part 2 (botanical garden)

I like exploring the green areas in my city, Ghent (in Belgium). A lot of them have mysterious spots to discover. In part 1 of this series I covered parts of the Citadelpark which has human-made caves and ponds and the secret park/garden hidden in between two shopping streets which offers a space for rest from the city crowds. This blogpost focuses on the Plantentuin, the botanical garden of the University of Ghent.

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