About Emese: Interview with Contemporary Abstract Artist, Emese Baksay.

Emese Baksay is a Hungarian American currently living in England who specialises in art forms inspired by nature and abstract concepts. All her pieces are originals (no prints currently, but phone cases are on the cards in the near future!) and all completely unique. We got in contact through our blogging network and I thought, wow this lady has some talent! We had a chat and discussed some of her inspirations as a contemporary abstract artist.

What first inspired you to create?

Major Adulting: Collaborating with Fargo Village Coventry

I am SUPER pleased to announce that I am now collaborating with Fargo Village Coventry as a guest blogger! Fargo Village is a collection of independent shops who have come together to create an amazing business space, with themed events.

Some of you may know that I’ve been collaborating with wedding stationers, Satin & Tat, for the last 6 months and I am pleased to say it has been going swimmingly! I really enjoy writing from multiple perspectives as well as my own. Thinking about my writing and it’s reflection on branding is challenging yet so rewarding!

A Geek’s Guide: 7 Ultimate Science Gifts for the Nerdy Lady in your Life

This is a shout out to those who dare to be smart. For those who are intrigued by the world around them. For those who want to learn, explore, and constantly push boundaries. What Science gifts to do you get a nerdy girl?

If you’re lucky enough to know one of these people and have the HONOUR of presenting said person with a gift, then I hope you’ll consider these recommendations… and if you are the Science lover then… Treat yo’self!

So here are some of the best Science gifts, hand-picked by me!

A Geek’s Guide: How to Write a Seriously Epic Sci-Fi Story

We all know that there are a LOT of sci-fi stories out there. I mean, there are whole sections of book shops dedicated to the genre. Speaking of which, I now sponsor one! I pledged to help my local BookShop’s expansion and they let me brand their sci-fi section. In celebration, I decided to explore what makes a good sci-fi story?

To answer this question, I took 2 sample texts, from “Amy’s Storys” (sic) written by 8-year-old me, to analyse as core texts. It’s as good a starting point as any…