: : Midnight falls where the woodlands kiss the sea.
Steps a seer through the veil,
conjuring and tempting thee.
All is shadowed as the realm of men sleeps still,
Her nocturne not a song,
but the scratching of a quill. : :

SHOP

Anonymous asked: Where did you get that fabulous pencil that looks like a branch?

I plucked it from a magical tree of course.

The Woodland Order by Adrienne Rozzi. Limited Edition 4-color screenprint with gold leaf.

An eagle grasps a writhing serpent as it sits upon a deer skull. The Woodland Order represents the continuous cycle of life and death within the realm of Nature. The Eagle lives in the height of sunlight and is therefore considered a master of the skies and a symbol of the sun itself. The Sun is often seen as the male activity which fertilizes the female spirit of mother earth and by association the eagle represents this aspect in the natural life cycle. The eagle in the Woodland Order clutches a serpent within it’s talons and rests upon a deer skull emblazoned with a radiating moon. The serpent is a symbol of the continuous cycle of death and rebirth and acts as a link between the life force of the eagle and the inevitable death found in the deer skull. Deer are the natural embodiment of beauty and grace and here, the animal’s skull represents the grace of natural death and decay within the woodlands. Where the eagle displays the warmth of life, the deer skull signifies the moon, death, and the end of the life cycle. But from the remnants of nature’s decay sprouts life anew. Flowers in bloom represent new beginnings, spring, and the rebirth of life. They are a reminder that there is beauty in the cycle of birth and decay found in every aspect of nature. The Woodland Order is an ode to this wheel of life and it’s steadfast and irrepressible quality.
Find it at Poison Apple Printshop

The Woodland Order by Adrienne Rozzi. Limited Edition 4-color screenprint with gold leaf.

An eagle grasps a writhing serpent as it sits upon a deer skull. The Woodland Order represents the continuous cycle of life and death within the realm of Nature. The Eagle lives in the height of sunlight and is therefore considered a master of the skies and a symbol of the sun itself. The Sun is often seen as the male activity which fertilizes the female spirit of mother earth and by association the eagle represents this aspect in the natural life cycle. The eagle in the Woodland Order clutches a serpent within it’s talons and rests upon a deer skull emblazoned with a radiating moon. The serpent is a symbol of the continuous cycle of death and rebirth and acts as a link between the life force of the eagle and the inevitable death found in the deer skull. Deer are the natural embodiment of beauty and grace and here, the animal’s skull represents the grace of natural death and decay within the woodlands. Where the eagle displays the warmth of life, the deer skull signifies the moon, death, and the end of the life cycle. But from the remnants of nature’s decay sprouts life anew. Flowers in bloom represent new beginnings, spring, and the rebirth of life. They are a reminder that there is beauty in the cycle of birth and decay found in every aspect of nature. The Woodland Order is an ode to this wheel of life and it’s steadfast and irrepressible quality.

Find it at Poison Apple Printshop

Death’s Head Hawkmoth by Adrienne Rozzi. Limited Edition 4-color print.
The Death’s Head Hawkmoth. This unique type of moth has a skull-like pattern on it’s back which causes many to have a superstitious fear of this particularly spooky species.
Find it at Poison Apple Printshop

Death’s Head Hawkmoth by Adrienne Rozzi. Limited Edition 4-color print.

The Death’s Head Hawkmoth. This unique type of moth has a skull-like pattern on it’s back which causes many to have a superstitious fear of this particularly spooky species.

Find it at Poison Apple Printshop

Golden Earth by Adrienne Rozzi. Limited Edition 5-color screenprint with silver and gold leaf.

The tattooed hand of a forest witch rises from a woodland bouquet and reaches toward a shimmering star. Golden Earth is an ode to the relationship between nature and magic folk, for it is the desire of most witches to attune themselves with the earth and maintain a spiritual balance within the natural world. An upraised hand is a symbol of voice and holding true to ones beliefs and the left hand symbolizes dreams and the unconscious. Here, the forest witch’s left hand raised toward the star is a symbol of her devotion to the earth as well as her psychic connection with all things within the natural realm.  A golden ribbon weaves itself throughout the composition as a symbol of the magical path that every practitioner must inevitably follow. The cord intertwines with the plants and upraised hand binding them together. It is significant that the ribbon which seals witch to nature is golden, for the color gold represents complete balance and harmony. Furthermore, gold is also the color associated with the sun, the life-giving star. Emblazoned on the witch’s hand is a pentagram, marking her as a forest being and showing that her true devotion lies in nature. The pentacle is a sign of earthly things and all that exists in the physical world. The five points of a pentagram represent the balance of the four elements with the soul. These elements find their place among the witch’s sacred hand in their alchemical symbolic form of triangles tattooed right above the pentagram. They stand for Earth, Fire, Water, and Air, respectively. The small circular symbol marking her wrist is another alchemical symbol for Earth but in the sense of the planet as a whole, not the physical element. The star to which the witch’s marked hand reaches represents hope and the belief in a universal force that acts as a beacon of light, guiding the sorceress in the most trying of times. Lastly, the symbols arcing above the hand reference the journey all living things must go through from birth to death. It starts with the alchemical symbol for the sun, followed by the Inguz rune meaning fertility and balance, then the Berkana rune showing growth and beginnings. In between the witch’s fingers lies, yet again, the alchemical symbol of the earth. Next is the Thurisaz rune meaning Gateway or change, followed by the Jera rune which stands for the harvest and earned success. The last two symbols both come from alchemy; the first representing the physical act “to rot” or decay, and the last is the symbol for the moon.
Golden Earth marks the 4-year anniversary of Poison Apple Printshop and is the magnum opus of Adrienne Rozzi’s artwork thus far. It embodies her recurring themes of the human relationship with nature, life and death, and the exploration of all forms of magic through art. The piece is a pinnacle of Adrienne’s magical studies and practices with her craft of art making. Fittingly, the symbol of the apple in witchcraft represents the earth and pure love, therefore Golden Earth can be seen as the perfect, pristine golden apple finally plucked from the poisonous tree.
Find it at Poison Apple Printshop

Golden Earth by Adrienne Rozzi. Limited Edition 5-color screenprint with silver and gold leaf.

The tattooed hand of a forest witch rises from a woodland bouquet and reaches toward a shimmering star. Golden Earth is an ode to the relationship between nature and magic folk, for it is the desire of most witches to attune themselves with the earth and maintain a spiritual balance within the natural world. An upraised hand is a symbol of voice and holding true to ones beliefs and the left hand symbolizes dreams and the unconscious. Here, the forest witch’s left hand raised toward the star is a symbol of her devotion to the earth as well as her psychic connection with all things within the natural realm.  A golden ribbon weaves itself throughout the composition as a symbol of the magical path that every practitioner must inevitably follow. The cord intertwines with the plants and upraised hand binding them together. It is significant that the ribbon which seals witch to nature is golden, for the color gold represents complete balance and harmony. Furthermore, gold is also the color associated with the sun, the life-giving star. Emblazoned on the witch’s hand is a pentagram, marking her as a forest being and showing that her true devotion lies in nature. The pentacle is a sign of earthly things and all that exists in the physical world. The five points of a pentagram represent the balance of the four elements with the soul. These elements find their place among the witch’s sacred hand in their alchemical symbolic form of triangles tattooed right above the pentagram. They stand for Earth, Fire, Water, and Air, respectively. The small circular symbol marking her wrist is another alchemical symbol for Earth but in the sense of the planet as a whole, not the physical element. The star to which the witch’s marked hand reaches represents hope and the belief in a universal force that acts as a beacon of light, guiding the sorceress in the most trying of times. Lastly, the symbols arcing above the hand reference the journey all living things must go through from birth to death. It starts with the alchemical symbol for the sun, followed by the Inguz rune meaning fertility and balance, then the Berkana rune showing growth and beginnings. In between the witch’s fingers lies, yet again, the alchemical symbol of the earth. Next is the Thurisaz rune meaning Gateway or change, followed by the Jera rune which stands for the harvest and earned success. The last two symbols both come from alchemy; the first representing the physical act “to rot” or decay, and the last is the symbol for the moon.

Golden Earth marks the 4-year anniversary of Poison Apple Printshop and is the magnum opus of Adrienne Rozzi’s artwork thus far. It embodies her recurring themes of the human relationship with nature, life and death, and the exploration of all forms of magic through art. The piece is a pinnacle of Adrienne’s magical studies and practices with her craft of art making. Fittingly, the symbol of the apple in witchcraft represents the earth and pure love, therefore Golden Earth can be seen as the perfect, pristine golden apple finally plucked from the poisonous tree.

Find it at Poison Apple Printshop

Photo of me taken by Allyce Andrew at Volunteer Park in Seattle.

Photo of me taken by Allyce Andrew at Volunteer Park in Seattle.

lucklesslilly asked: Do you still have the full moon back patch?

I’m all sold out right now but will be printing more in the next few days!

I took this photo of my friends hanging out in a park when we went to Seattle. 

I took this photo of my friends hanging out in a park when we went to Seattle. 

suspicious-lack-of-murder asked: Hey, love your work! In your shop, what knife is in those pictures?

Thank you! It’s a traditional dagger. I don’t think there’s a special name for it.

Who needs Christmas cards when you can send a Halloween card?! Find more at www.PoisonApplePrintshop.com #poisonappleprintshop #halloween #darkthrone #handdrawn #handmade #supporthandmade  (at Poison Apple Printshop)

Who needs Christmas cards when you can send a Halloween card?! Find more at www.PoisonApplePrintshop.com #poisonappleprintshop #halloween #darkthrone #handdrawn #handmade #supporthandmade (at Poison Apple Printshop)

10% off sale ends at midnight EST! Get your hands on some of the new limited edition prints and patches! Www.poisonappleprintshop.com! #poisonappleprintshop #handmade #printmaking #occult #supporthandmade (at Poison Apple Printshop)

10% off sale ends at midnight EST! Get your hands on some of the new limited edition prints and patches! Www.poisonappleprintshop.com! #poisonappleprintshop #handmade #printmaking #occult #supporthandmade (at Poison Apple Printshop)

October 16, 2014.
It’s the 4th anniversary of Poison Apple Printshop! I am proud to say that after all this time it is still a one-person operation and I couldn’t be happier doing what i love every day! Thank you to everyone here on tumblr who has supported me this far. As a special thank you I am offering 10% today only in my new web store www.PoisonApplePrintshop.com. Use the code “GOLDEN”  Offer ends at midnight EST.

October 16, 2014.

It’s the 4th anniversary of Poison Apple Printshop! I am proud to say that after all this time it is still a one-person operation and I couldn’t be happier doing what i love every day! Thank you to everyone here on tumblr who has supported me this far. As a special thank you I am offering 10% today only in my new web store www.PoisonApplePrintshop.com. Use the code “GOLDEN”  Offer ends at midnight EST.

IT’S HERE! Visit my all new web store to find exclusive releases of limited edition prints and patches! This grand opening marks the 4th anniversary of Poison Apple Printshop! Use code “Golden” for 10% off! Offer ends at midnight EST tomorrow night! Happy shopping! Www.PoisonApplePrintshop.com #poisonappleprintshop #grandopening #occult #magic #handmade #supportindependentbusinesses #supporthandmade (at Poison Apple Printshop)

IT’S HERE! Visit my all new web store to find exclusive releases of limited edition prints and patches! This grand opening marks the 4th anniversary of Poison Apple Printshop! Use code “Golden” for 10% off! Offer ends at midnight EST tomorrow night! Happy shopping! Www.PoisonApplePrintshop.com #poisonappleprintshop #grandopening #occult #magic #handmade #supportindependentbusinesses #supporthandmade (at Poison Apple Printshop)

Stop by @bizarrebazaarshoppe in the Waterfront tonight for their Grand Reopening and pick up some patches and tshirts from Poison Apple Printshop! 6-10. #poisonappleprintshop #bizarrebazaarshoppe #pittsburghdiy #diyordie #handmade #supportindependentbusinesses #supporthandmade  (at Most Wanted Fine Art Bizarre Bazaar)

Stop by @bizarrebazaarshoppe in the Waterfront tonight for their Grand Reopening and pick up some patches and tshirts from Poison Apple Printshop! 6-10. #poisonappleprintshop #bizarrebazaarshoppe #pittsburghdiy #diyordie #handmade #supportindependentbusinesses #supporthandmade (at Most Wanted Fine Art Bizarre Bazaar)