Beware of the soul catcher, lest it transfer your energy to another dimension in this graphic narrative by Haunted MTL’s very own Jennifer Weigel. Don’t get caught in the eddy of the universe!

Dare not look into the center of a soul catcher, it will absorb your life energy leaving but a shell of your former self until that you have nothing left to give.
It begins…
Dare not look into the center of a soul catcher, it will absorb your life energy leaving but a shell of your former self until that you have nothing left to give.
The soul catcher starts to work its magic…
Dare not look into the center of a soul catcher, it will absorb your life energy leaving but a shell of your former self until that you have nothing left to give.
You find yourself entranced, staring into the spiral mesh of the cosmos.
Dare not look into the center of a soul catcher, it will absorb your life energy leaving but a shell of your former self until that you have nothing left to give.
The soul catcher has worked its magic – it’s too late to turn back now.
Dare not look into the center of a soul catcher, it will absorb your life energy leaving but a shell of your former self until that you have nothing left to give.
You are sucked into the void… and then eaten by a Grue…

This graphic narrative evolved from a spider web on a wild plant in the early morning, found covered with tiny beads of dew as pictured here. The density of the webbing was impressive, much like that of a funnel or trap door spider, but its creator was nowhere to be found.

spiderweb with early morning dew
spider web with early morning dew

Check out more of Jennifer Weigel’s art on her web page here.

Portrait of the artist with dark makeup and crow skull headdress, backlit by the sun.
Portrait of myself with dark makeup and crow skull headdress, backlit by the sun.
About the Author

Jennifer Weigel is a multi-disciplinary mixed media conceptual artist residing in Kansas USA. Weigel utilizes a wide range of media to convey her ideas, including assemblage, drawing, fibers, installation, jewelry, painting, performance, photography, sculpture, video and writing. You can find more of her work at: https://www.jenniferweigelart.com/ https://www.jenniferweigelprojects.com/ https://jenniferweigelwords.wordpress.com/

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