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Amanda Lynn  ♏️LA | creative director, writer, photographer, collaborator | contact/inquiries: contactmndylynn@gmail.com

https://www.amandalynncreative.com/

“Things aren’t all so tangible and sayable as people would usually have us believe; most experiences are unsayable, they happen in a space that no word has ever entered, and more unsayable than all other things are works of art, those mysterious existences, whose life endures beside our own small, transitory life.” 🌹

Studying my favorite things.📖 Swipe left to learn about the planet, colors, and element associated with your sign.✨ Then comment and tell me your sign & planet!

Sure, you can wear your heart on your sleeve, but also...

I try to be very mindful and discerning when it comes to promoting anything here, but can say earnestly that the @goddessprovisions February subscription box is pure dreaminess.🦋🍄 Filled with solely 100% cruelty-free, VEGAN products, it is both beautifully and thoughtfully curated. Spring has always been one of my favorite seasons, and the Fairie Magick box perfectly harnesses all of the enchanting energy it carries.✨ In it you’ll find a lavender soy candle dusted with dried flowers, quartz crystals, and turquenite; rosewood & lavender bath salts; flower essence drops; an edible medicinal mushroom blend; shimmery holographic highlighter; a beautiful Lisa Junius enamel fairy pin; and polished rose quartz— a personal favorite healing stone of mine. I am so grateful to #goddessprovisions for introducing me to some new #vegan products, and encourage you to visit them and consider ordering this month’s box while you can!✨

Throwback from a shoot for the dreamy and eco-conscious @faelynco 🦋

“Magic, indeed, is all around us, in stones, flowers, stars, the dawn wind and the sunset cloud; all we need is the ability to see and understand.”

18th century dagger & sheath🗡✨ Made from jade, steel, gemstone, shagreen, copper, and gold.🌟💎 Found via The Met online archives.

Is it too much to ask for a Birth of Venus emoji?

Arwen uncensored?👽🌹

💘 #buffalo66

Realized that my commitment to any hair color or romantic endeavor never seems to exceed 5 months.

I posted about Sofia not too long ago, but given that her adaption of #thevirginsuicides is being added to @criterioncollection I’m compelled to celebrate this film that is so dear to me. I first saw TVS when I was 12, & before then I’d not known movies to be artful or emotive. Sofia introduced me to cinematography, to visual storytelling—& she opened the floodgates for my ongoing love affair w/ film, documenting, & creating. Both the book & film adaption of TVS have received criticism for their dark subject matter, or for the book’s idealized/mildly misogynistic perspective. But what Sofia saw in the original text & transferred onto screen is exactly what the book truly is—a portrait of nostalgia, remembrance, & the infatuation that plagues young love. As a teenager, everything feels hyper-saturated. You fixate on minor details, cloud your thoughts w/ daydreams, & spend a lot of time trying to cope w/ your inner & outer self. Often times these memories are fragments of half-fantasy. Sofia’s ability to convey feeling sans unnecessary dialogue is one of her greatest talents. In life, we don’t always articulate our thoughts, & she recognizes that. This story is told through the eyes of men who never truly knew the Lisbons, & Sofia’s penchant for highlighting components of the girls, their belongings—represents perfectly the disconnected manner in which many high school crushes ultimately rest in our memories. I could gush forever about this film. Edward Lachman, the project’s cinematographer, more than effectively uses sunlight, suburbia, & a contrasting color palette to reflect the tonal shifts & inner monologue of the sisters. The soundtrack was painstakingly curated & remains an all-time favorite of mine. Not a single facet falls short, & it’s blatantly obvious that seeing this film through to fruition was truly a labor of love for Sofia. I’m forever grateful to her & in awe of her artistry. She has inspired me in more ways than I can name, & I feel a kindred spirit in her & the ethereal way in which she depicts life & her subjects— always based in reality, but w/ a magnifying glass held up to the nuances that make our lives more beautiful & more interesting.

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