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Facebook Page

So. As you may have gathered from the post title, I have created a Facebook page. I will be putting up old posts there, and the new ones will be sent there too. If you want an extra dose of faerie in your day-to-day, feel free the like the page! http://www.facebook.com/fairysight

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It was recommended that I check out the sketches of this artist, and am I ever glad for the tip! The sketches were pretty good, but the finished illustrations are very imaginative and ethereal. He really seems to connect with that fairy energy, and most of the poses and colours he used in his pieces capture that magical, other-worldly feeling you get in the pit of your stomach. He currently has a couple of books out, information on which you can find on his own sites. Links below.

This is his website, feel free to check out more of his work: http://www.art.zaprasza.eu/Author.php?user_id=78

His blog: http://mythwood.blogspot.ca/

And his Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Art-of-Larry-MacDougall/188673064483664

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Happy Fairy Day!

I wish you all a happy fairy day! Take some time today to appreciate the magic and wonder in your own life!!

The image below was created by an artist named Mike Maihack. Check more of him out here http://cowshell.com/index.php.

 

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This is a short film being shown at the Toronto Worldwide Short Film Festival this year. The film doesn’t really have a plot line; it’s more a visual piece that allows the audience to briefly follow a spring fairy as he wakes up nature after the end of winter. On the webpage provided below, it is stated that this film is a tribute to nature and is symbolic of the awakening of spring. It’s a whimsical little film and is very short. If you like it, be sure to check out the creators’ other films, which are posted on both the link below and on the Vimeo profile.

Here is the website http://www.inkymind.com/work.html#

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