Maison Martin Margiela for h&m lookbook.
Francesco di Giorgio Martini, Virgin and Child with Saint Jerome, Saint Anthony of Padua and Two Angels, 1469–72.
Jiang Zhi, Love Letters, 2011.
This painting represents the three gunas or conditions of existence, says Jamme. (In medieval Europe, he notes, black white and red were the three fundamental colors in alchemy.) “Here, in the form of small candles, each has its own capacity to illuminate.”
Olivia Jeffries, Prologue - Epilogue.
This work refers to the Kali, the goddess of time, who represents destruction and death.
After months of sourcing articles, poetry, art, essays, and interviews, Conscious Variety is finally launching next Sunday, October 12th!
We are extremely excited to highlight all of the amazing beings who have contributed. You can be one too! If you have anything you’d like to have featured on ConsciousVariety.com, please send it to email@example.com - It may even make our print issue!
At the end of every year, Conscious Variety will publish our print issue. A piece of art unto itself, it will be full of handpicked submissions from throughout the year, including interviews, poetry, art, essays, articles, and more.
With awareness comes evolution. We feel that humanity is increasingly ready to deepen our experience of the nature of Self, in the Now. Our intention is to provide a go-to resource for people wanting to build community as we collectively evolve. We hope you enjoy everyone’s hard work and contributions.
Devendra Banhart photographed by Kate Kell.
Josef Albers, Silver Dawn.
Artwork by beautifulurself.
Mikola Gnisyuk, People in Trees (The Rooks Have Arrived), 1964.
Plate from the Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, 1755–60.