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Salvia

What has always made a Hell on earth
has been that man has tried to make it
his Heaven

Friedrich Hölderlin

She’s a sort of mutating drag star, coming from some planet somewhere, with a fantastical take on reality. Her name comes from the song Salvia Plath by the band Teen Suicide — a clear reference to the American poet Sylvia Plath — and of course is also a nod to the hallucinogenic drug salvia.

Born in the village of Cyffylliog, Wales, Salvia portrays a futuristic punk world through a digital approach to art — she sometimes makes her own clothes. Like many personalities of Instagram, she does receive a barrage of comments, some mean, some confused, and some positive: “Whenever someone has something loving or kind to say I appreciate it so much, but negative and immature reactions are just one of the many signs of the ignorance and trans-misogyny that is still vastly present in society.”

Taking B🌷tch Sl💩t and Boo Thang for a Walk
Please Don’t Touch Me
Haunting the Warehouse (feat. anthromorph)
mutant&ultraviolent
I Flew into a Window
Fresh Wound World – from Frida Kahlo’s The Wounded Deer
Turned 18
Countryside
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I Want to Get Off but I Keep Riding the Ride
I Want a New Face
Stop Crying

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