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Miranda Meeks

Creator of the dark and the beautiful 💀

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Hey everyone I just put some playmats and mini canvas prints up in my shop, quantities are EXTREMELY limited though so be sure to get yourself something before they run out. Also you can join the mailing list if you’d like a promo code for 10% off your order. Shop link in bio >>>

So I’m going to be at FanX in Salt Lake this Thursday-Saturday, please stop by and say hi! I’m in the Artist Alley section, table 15-4, I guess it’s next to a giant shirt booth so just look for that near Artist Alley and you should find little me lol 💀 @fanxsaltlake

“Do not go gentle into that good night, Old age should burn and rave at close of day; Rage, rage against the dying of the light.” - Poet Dylan Thomas . . . . . . 🐺 🗻

I am fortunate enough to have FOUR 😵😭💀🖤 pieces accepted into Spectrum this year, and all of them are for my personal project Nocturne! Excuse me while I go wake myself up from this dream.

New cover reveal! This one is for Songs From The Deep by the amazing @kellypowellwrites and for @simonteen, design by AD Sonia Chaghatzbanian 🧜‍♀️ . . . .

➡️ Swipe right to see picture unravel ➡️ . You feel the darkness pulling at you. Tugging at your thoughts, ever so insistent. You take a deep breath and close your eyes, forcing yourself to ignore the internal threat. . But deep inside, you still feel it. . Quiet. . Constant. . And you know it will win. . . . “Tides” - my newest personal piece for the collection “Moon” featured in my upcoming art book Nocturne. I’ve been in a darker mood lately, I think it’s reflected in this image a bit. It’s hard not to let your emotions leak into a piece, for better or for worse. I think overall, I’d rather create an honest image than a false one, even if that means feeling more exposed. Hope you’re all doing well, thank you as always for your continued support 🖤 . . . . . .

“Sanguine” is a very personal piece that makes me reflect on all those for whom I have to be grateful. I’ve lived a very blessed life; my heart is full 🖤 happy thanksgiving! . . . . . .

“Things are not always what they seem; the first appearance deceives many.” ― Phaedrus, Roman poet . 💀 . to an older piece . . . . .

✨The first mini-series of Nocturne is complete!✨ All these images are part of the collection DARKNESS. These illustrations all explore themes of confronting your deepest fears and gaining a sense of power through that resistance. They’re about stepping into the darkness, despite the fear and uncertainty that stirs inside you, restless and afraid. It’s about finding beauty and peace during the times in your life when it is hardest to see. You only have to open your eyes and look. . What do these images mean to you? I’m curious to hear your thoughts and personal interpretations. . Thank you for following with me along this journey! As a sneak peak, the next theme I’ll be exploring is called MOON 🌙 . . . . .

Sometimes it’s our nightmares that give us the most comfort 💀 . to an older piece, maybe 2014? Hope you all are doing well 🖤 . . . . .

I’m honored I got to do some cover work for @bloomsburypublishing across the pond in London! It’s a wonderful story by Kesia Lupo, definitely recommend it to everyone! Art direction and typography design by the wonderful Jet Purdie and @janbiel 🔥 . Love drawing me some hardcore girls 😈 . . . . .

Sneak peak of the next piece for the Nocturne book 👁 . I’ve been thinking a lot lately about why I want to make this art book in the first place and where that motivation comes from. Ultimately, I feel a strong connection to this type of aesthetic that combines beauty and darkness, and I want to share that with others who feel the same way. I want to pour my heart and soul into adding beauty and mystery to this world. There is so much sorrow and sadness all around us - we are faced with it everyday. I recognize the importance of artwork that addresses these concerns and I respect artists who choose to represent these themes in their work. . That’s not my path though. I feel strongly that there is strength and hope in darker themes, and that we can feel strength and hope during dark times. I feel driven every single day to make work that reminds us of these ideas on a deeper level and inspires us to become the people we want to be. . There’s more specific info about the Nocturne book in my bio 🖤 thank you for your support, it means the world to me! . . . .

The history behind Memento Mori (a Latin phrase meaning “Remember you must die”) dates back hundreds of years. It is a recurring theme seen throughout many cultures, and is featured both in artwork and literary works. The purpose was to remind people of the transient nature of material objects and worldly wealth, and that in the end, we are all made of dust, and to the dust we all must return. This may seem bleak and macabre, but I made this piece in the hopes that it reminds us that our mortality is a blessing. May it inspire us to live life to the fullest and to bring happiness to those around us within the present moment. . to an older piece, 2015 I think. . .

We all face the unknown with every passing day. It lurks behind every moment, despite your best intentions to schedule your days in carefully-prepared planners. It catches you off-guard as you count the hours left on the clock. It even plagues you as you lie awake in bed at night, dark thoughts and malicious insecurities stealing your sleep away from you minute by minute. . Our best defense is to hold up a light and walk into the unknown. We hold our heads high as we try to summon courage, even though on the inside, we feel exposed and vulnerable. . Because even the most overpowering darkness will flee from the smallest flame. . "Unknown" - a new illustration for my personal project Nocturne. This one is part of the collection Darkness. Check out the link in my bio for more information about my Nocturne book coming in 2020. . . . .

The cover I did a little while ago for Sarah Gailey’s the Fisher of Bones 🖤

A more realistic Dream

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