Milo and Cat
"are there any straight people in your story?”
"no they’re not relevant to the plot"
give a straight person one line of dialogue and call it representation
But don’t mention they’re straight, drop so little information that we’re hinted it might be, then say they’re straight in later interviews after the story is complete.
Part of a homework project for my styling direction class — we had to create a catalog for a made-up business (in my case a select shop focused on jewelry and accessories).
This is 4000% inspired by Janice Poon's work. She's the food stylist for NBC's Hannibal show and she is amazing. I hope she doesn’t mind me stealing a couple of ideas for my homework. :] I’ve never done anything even resembling food styling before, so this was a great way to practice.
Feather brooch by Mazzanti Piume Atelier
Rat skull necklaces by Raven Ranch Studio
Vintage grouse foot kilt pin
Tentacle earrings by Ryba Colnce
Skull & quill headdress by Bubbles & Frown