Having lived in Plymouth for about half of my life now, I don't think I've ever really appreciated its character and charm. When the sun comes out in Plymouth, it really is a lovely place and it makes me feel so happy and inspired! The other day, I though it would be nice to walk back from the studios via Union Street... Which is considered to be an absolute dive to be honest!
Do you know what I found? some really beautiful buildings!...
[The Clipper Inn]
yes, they're a little run down I'll give you that. But Union Street isn't really where the money's at.
I would really like to use these, and other broken down buildings around Plymouth, as inspiration for my next costume. I think that it might be quite a provocative piece as I've never done that before - it would definitely be pushing the boundaries. I think using he buildings on Union Street to inspire the aesthetic of something centred around sexuality would be highly appropriate.
I think my favourite is the abandoned Clipper Inn... Looked abandoned anyway.
You should know that I rarely ever edit my photos. So, unless I say otherwise, they're unedited. I like using improvised filters though, which tend to be clobbered together from sunglasses and organza. I just really like the look of them.
I also have twitter now, my ID is: @jessiewellie.... Feel free to follow.
It's not sunny anymore, its raining and miserable. I hope the weather is nicer where you are.
Just need to sew it together now. It's looking completely different from the first one I showed you... Its completely silk now, fragile and vulnerable. I'm going to stitch it together with the minimal amount of tiny stitches as well to emphasise this.
Hi, my name's Jessie. I like these things: Music, being spontaneous, colour, children's drawings, sundown/twilight, stories, dreams, fantasy and imagination...
I don't like these things: Narrow minds, ants, parsnips... I'm also unavoidably messy.
My ambition in life is to be happy.
Contact me: email@example.com