Whim started out life as a blog based in Australia, about a year ago, but thanks to its ever creative content and diverse array of contributors the fantastical blog has developed into one of the most popular online magazines floating around the internet.
Besides its almost daily offerings of up and coming artists, photographers, stylists and more artistic individuals, Whim also publish seasonal issues, featuring relevant and imagination capturing fashion shoots, creative writing, music reviews and all manner of beautiful input from all across the world.
I can't help but be pulled into the soft focus beauty and high impact imagery, instantly recognisable a style that Whim have adopted. Every featuring artist has been selectively chosen for the inspiring elements of their work, whether it is a beauty shoot featuring a glitter-laden mermaid or a pencil drawing of a mysterious character; imagery is everything.
Their pinterest page delivers hours upon hours of fantasy and escape, sourcing powerful collections of worldly treasures, drawing you into a place of gentle hues and fluid motion. I can lose myself altogether amongst this gathering of beauty, a particular favourite board to visit is the Escape board. Here are just a few of the finds hiding there:
Besides the storybook type atmosphere, Whim also enjoy some delightfully fun pieces in the form of cute nail art and wonderfully out- there beauty features. As a gal that opts for the more natural look from within the depths of my make- up bag, it satisfies the drama hungry starlet inside to live vicariously through the pages of Whim! Let me share a few Pinterest beauties with you:
When you find yourself in need of exploring the unique and delicate realm of inspiring art, then look no further than Whim Online Magazine. There are many ways to enjoy Whim, their blog, through Pinterest, even instagram or facebook, however you choose to dive in, I guarantee you will come out the other end of the looking glass inspired and in awe. If you can't get enough of this blog from down under, they are even offering a chance to help support their work by running over to etsy and buying an issue of their Special Edition zine for a glorious steal of £1.07//$1.95 AUS.
Like walking through a dream or falling down the rabbit hole.