"But shall you on your knowledge find this way."

Art is the only serious thing in the world. And the artist is the only person who is never serious.


I'm a theatre nerd. I just started school for my MFA in scenic (and hopefully costume) design. So this is my professional blog. Or more of a blog with my profession on it. Where I am, what I'm doing, what shows I'm working on, inspiration and the amazing people I meet. I'm sure you'll see some of my work on here too. I feel it will be a fairly exciting ride. What I often say, this is my real life as opposed to what goes on in my head.


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theatergesehen:

Hedda Gabler, Schaubuehne Berlin

Director: Thomas Ostermeier

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the-wolf-and-the-girl:

Cannot get over how fucking exquisite the costumes are in this show…

the-wolf-and-the-girl:

Cannot get over how fucking exquisite the costumes are in this show…

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scenicdesign:

"The Glass Menagerie" on the fourth floor of a warehouse in Pittsburgh

Scenic: Joey Sarno

Media: : Jordan Harrison and Kevan Loney

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everythingscenic:

Romeo and Juliet.

1. Mark Wendland

2. Neil Patel

3. Abdelkader Farrah

4. Brian Sidney Bembridge 

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joyfireblacksmith:

Been super busy with a bunch of “boring” stuff, outdoor utility handles, guardrails, etc. Not really any interesting forging, but it pays the bills. I still get to weld and use power tools though, so I’m happy :) The last few days I’ve been working on these, I’ve got to make 4 matching ones, 2 of which will be fixed and 2 will be hinged doors.

joyfireblacksmith:

Been super busy with a bunch of “boring” stuff, outdoor utility handles, guardrails, etc. Not really any interesting forging, but it pays the bills. I still get to weld and use power tools though, so I’m happy :) The last few days I’ve been working on these, I’ve got to make 4 matching ones, 2 of which will be fixed and 2 will be hinged doors.

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cinyma:

The making of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

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theatergesehen:

Twelfth Night, Residenztheater Munchen

Director: Amelie Niermeyer

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jacobvanloon:

In-progress details from paintings in the Arbor series (2010-C)

From top:
Into Lists
Taimah
Quincy Station
Madison & Kohlhase
Singapore, MI
Moguls

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Umbrellas Street, Portugal.

anasaltukhaifi:

Umbrellas Street, Portugal.

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ainosimola:

Eemeli metkuilee - Savonlinnan teatteri (Savonlinna theater, Finland)

Directed by Niko Taskinen

Costume design by Aino Simola and Henriikka Koskimies

Photos by Joonas Väkeväinen

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theatergesehen:

Moliere’s The Misanthrope, Schaubuehne Berlin

Director: Ivo van Hove

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everythingscenic:

Madame de Sade. Christopher Oram

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everythingscenic:

Full Gallop
Scenic Design Joey Mendoza

everythingscenic:

Full Gallop

Scenic Design Joey Mendoza

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dont-stop-the-carnival:

Some progress photos.  I’ve decided for the final Carnival I’m going to use elements throughout the story as inspiration for the costumes - you can see three at the top.  The shark is for Lester, being the man that he is (and there’s a reference in his song); the middle is a reference to Green Flash at Sunset, and the third is a nod to the Planter’s Punch rum drinks they constantly have throughout the novel (and god the way it is described I want one sooooooooooo bad but I don’t even know what’s in it).  They’ll all make a lot more sense once colored in and scanned straight-on, so you can see what I’m seeing in my head :)

You’ve seen some lineart of the other ones that are colored; and I’ll explain the rest later.  Very tired.  Got a good 15+ new designs penciled and inked but not colored yet.  And about half of them swatched.

And I just really think the snake man is freakin’ awesome.  He’s one of my favorites, next to the scarlet macaw-inspired costume (not shown) and what Sheila’s main costume is going to be (the one lineart right next to the snake man).

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