September Mourning is a trans-media project created by artist Emily Lazar and comic book mogul, Marc Silvestri. The project, based around a fictional character named September, uses all forms of modern media to create it’s own universe. Building on creative and business principles pioneered by legendary rockers David Bowie and Kiss, September Mourning is poised to be this generations icon for not only rock music but for the comic world as well.
Hello Rebelicious people!
Sorry I have not written here for a while, I have been so busy with shooting and travel to keep up! Recently I went to Spain with two good friends Paradisaea and Tabitha Adams and managed to sneak in a little shoot with Duane Joubert ( http://www.drjphoto.net) a very talented but shy photographer who deserves more credit for his work! He flew out to join us on our second day but we encountered a few problems with the Spanish heat!
““Hanging by a thread” is an idiom, a figure of speech that became so seemingly synonymous to a semi-recent phase in my life. I began questioning and analyzing, looking beyond the interior of my world, outside of my imagination and reflecting upon the realities that an artist must face from time to time.” - Jessica Rowell
Lacking the possibilities and benefits that a storefront offers in a traditional sense, founder Jessica Rowell of online design and styling company J-Chan’s Designs has taken the initiative to create a change in her art by campaigning via kickstarter. The funds raised will not only help open up the first ever J-Chan’s Designs boutique, but it will also help bring a new perspective to fashion in Denver, Colorado as well as benefit the progression of an urban development area. Please help support her efforts by donating today! By pledging you will receive one-of-a-kind rewards exclusive to kickstarter including a wallpaper download, buttons, bumper stickers, signed prints and more!
For more information on her campaign and to help support Jessica head to http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/420191888/hanging-by-a-thread