Aesthetic, we hear that word everywhere, and for most of us artists, it dictates our lives, our tastes, our decor, our style. This is a fairly newly popular word, yet it doesn’t seem right to… More
This last weekend was my 30th birthday and frankly, I couldn’t have spent it better. I wanted to incorporate all of the things that I love, so that I could decadently say goodbye to my difficult 20’s and say hello to my 30’s, which I’ve heard are much better than your 20’s! And I am definitely ready for that. I decided to spend the weekend with my family, instead of a grand party celebration with friends, which I hope to still accomplish in the near future!
My fiancé, Andrew took me to a little restaurant called Orchestria Palm Court. The food was great, and the atmosphere was brilliant. There were self playing pianos and violins all around the entire room which played the most beautiful music. The decor was a mix of victorian and art nouveau and the food was delicious. They even had a crafted bar!
I’ve been gathering a lot of different inspiration lately, when you have no place to go but up you tend to claw your way out and right now I am clawing and this is always the best time for me. I can somehow make sense of how i am feeling and i use it to create, what else am i going to do with it that doesn’t descend me into pure madness?
I found this set of images on tumblr and it really spoke to me, I know they are most likely Halloween costumes, or just costumes in general, but there is something quite frightening and ironically revealing about a mask. Perhaps it speaks volumes to me about the little evil inside of us that we fight so hard to hide. I would love to utilize this in my own work soon
A view at some of my favorite E.J. Bellocq photographs, which were taken around 1912 in Storyville, Louisiana. The subjects of these photographs are known to be prostitutes and out of work actresses around this time. My favorite part of these images is that some have been scratched off, unknown by who, adding a mystery aspect to the entire thing. I am so lucky to have found this book because it is a giant source of inspiration to me, in my personal life, my artwork and my own photography. Although I don’t shoot film, I do love the look and feel of it.
in 2015 I began designing dreamy inspired shirts, with quotes related to my personal passions; novels, art, etc and after a year and a half I am going to be making the transition from having our own online shop http://www.thecreamystudio.com to implementing only my most favorite designs into my personal shop http://www.jocievalencia.bigcartel. This change comes at an important part in my life, where I have grown tired of being stretched thin in various directions. Having my Creamy line now only exclusively sold through my personal shop allows me to have a more personal connection with the line. For those loyal followers and customers, Creamy was definitely one of my very important babies, and without you we wouldn’t have gotten to this point, however in an effort to keep things a bit more indie, simple, and personal, hand picked items from my Creamy collections will only be sold through me personally.