I’ve been a writer subconsciously for as long as I can remember. It also partners well with my aspirations that I always get from being a dreamer. I’m always coming up with ideas in my head of things that I want to do and achieve – and this changes rapidly. I need stability, so I can focus all my attention into one thing and make it a project that is of significance and artistic purpose to me.
Last semester at uni, I created an Instagram account called @isaacpercypoetry where I post poems that I have written about things in my life. I have used apps and lots of trial and error to achieve an aesthetic that is clean, easy to recreate and to keep updated.
I have decided to really expand it this semester and get some real growth. The poetry is something I really enjoy, but I want to expand into more forms such as music and film as well. I have considered other accounts that will link with this one, or just grow the one – however, that will create a cluttered and mixed aesthetic that may not interest my readership.
At the time of writing this, I am only creating poetry content, however once I believe it is at a stable production/interest rate, I will start to bring other artistic styles I’m interested in.
I feel like my work is a blend of two groups – commonly known as male and female. However, it’s certain interesting aspects of them that I feel like will make them more inclined to check out my content…
Just looking at these two collections of meme ideas really interests me. Why do I feel inclined that these are the groups that would enjoy what I’m currently doing – and what’s to say that they will change over time with different styles of content? I don’t particularly see myself fitting much in both of these groups (except the male fashion, that’s definite), but I know that my content and vision is appealing to these audiences?