Hope y'all had a good holiday (those of you in the US). We did, though there was a little too much pie involved. Work on the new studio is progressing. We have all the framing [...]
The snake entwined steampunk style corset has generated a lot of buzz! It is a commission for a customer's Halloween costume. Here are some photos of the finished product. These photos were taken by a [...]
We're staying up late making inventory for the Spoutwood Farm Fairy Festival. We leave in 9 days. It's always a little stressful right before we leave town for a show. This year we'll have some [...]
We did a last minute photo shoot a week ago with a photographer we met through TribO and Facebook, Sarah Thomas of Modern Scribe Photography. She moved to Asheville not too long ago. We found [...]
The weather's been grand in Asheville lately, with forsythia and daffodils blooming. Spring for us means getting ready for the 1st show of the season - the Spoutwood Fairy Festival. This will be our 3rd [...]
We traveled down to Atlanta to Anachrocon last Sunday. The last day of a con is usually low key but we were glad to get a taste of the event. I'm not sure [...]
We had a lovely Thanksgiving - lots of good friends and family and food. We are thankful for our community, our customers, our health, our beautiful mountains. Here are a few pictures of Radhika in [...]
Today is the first day of the Studio Stroll. Asheville has a wonderful area called the River Arts District. A hundred years ago it was the factory and warehouses district, now most of the buildings have been converted to artists' studios.
Detail of a Lunar Headdress More uncategorizable goodies from my month of gleanings, as well as some follow ups: No dearth of Darth c/o Weburbanist Instructables tute for a very large costume - [...]
Only 3 more days of my DIY Halloween series. Have you got an idea for your costume yet? Only 32 days left (really less because most of the parties are going to be on the 29th and 30th). Over the month I've found a pile of interesting goodies that don't fit into neat categories. I've packed them up into two posts. Enjoy, and please join our mailing list (box to the left) to get the Organic Armor quarterly newsletters.