As I mentioned before, I was lucky enough to attend the Taylor Swift concert in late July in Seattle — and ever since then, I have become totally and utterly obsessed. Dare I say it, I am on the road to become a die hard Swiftie. Everything targeted at me on my instagram reels is Taylor, I have read every article about her, etc….I am (gasp) obsessed. And that means I have listened to hours upon hours of her songs — I can NOT stop. All that said, my biffle from undergrad is at a whole OTHER level of Swiftie-hood. She knows every word to every song, has gone to one show in North America and already has tickets for Europe, etc…She lives and breathes Taylor Swift. She is *also* an incredible artist — INCREDIBLE — unbelievable. If you ever give her an art assignment, she rocks it and blows it out of the park (like my 25th birthday party invitation, my Master’s Thesis cover –yes, very true, the alley mural). She is THE person you call when you need anything (art related or not) and is the most loyal and unbelievable friend. Lucky to have her in my corner and have the opportunity to see all her beautiful artwork. All that to say — she created the most unbelievable unique pieces for her Taylor Swift concert that I have to show you all! Talk about inspiration!!!! It is insanely beautiful.
And the shoes! The songs: The Great War (on Midnights) she mentions poppy, violets, clover and morning glory; Don’t Blame Me (on Reputation), poison ivy and daisy; Ivy (on Evermore), ivy and clover; Willow (on Evermore), willow; The Lakes (on Folklore), wisteria; Invisible String (on Folklore), grass; Maroon (on Midnights), carnations, roses.
Aren’t they breathtaking? I want to go to another Taylor Swift concert and be crafty like this — how fun and original! Thanks for letting me share her creations with you all, and Midge thanks for being so artistic and original, and hands down the best.