1 YEAR SINCE ADMIST!//Celebration//Ideas needed//We need a party

No, today is not Admist’s birthday, it’s in March. Like seriously, next month.

So many good memories, we can’t believe a year has passed!

March- The idea of Admist and prepping for it

May- The first post

These 2 months are muy special for us

But as much as we’re in for a party we’d love to hear ideas from those 40 (plus more) beautiful people who followed this small blog and supported it, what would you like to have in March?


Guest posts?




A “what we did this year” post?

A logo change?

A site decoration?

Special surprise post?

We’re hoping to hear some nice ideas from you guys and we’ll definitely start posting them from March 1st. 😊

If you want a Collab, Guest post or interview reach out to -datta.kaashvi@gmail.com and snigdhatiwari38@gmail.com


Kaashvi and Snigdha

Interview with a fictional character

Interview with a fictional character (part 4)


I’m here with another interview with a fictional character! It’s…. Tom Riddle a.k.a. Lord Voldemort! SH(notSherlockHolmes), a great friend and blogger, gave me this superb idea. Thanks!

Let’s, uh, let’s begin before he decides to go on a killing spree. (Also: He is not aware I am a Muggle-born because I have told him I’m a Muggle-hating pureblood, so please, for your own sake, do not tell him my real blood status.) This interview is placed during the First Wizarding War.

We are, um, delighted to have you with us.
TR: Gosh, can we be done with this already?

Q: A small introduction, please, Mr. Riddle.
A: *snappishly* I’m Lord Voldemort, not Tom Riddle. Don’t call me by my filthy Muggle father’s name. I’m the commander of the Death Eaters. Darkest wizard of all time. Heir of the great Salazar Slytherin.

Q: How would you describe yourself?
A: Dark. Sinister. Sadistic. Not to mention, super cool. 

Q: What’s your greatest wish?
A: To be immortal and rule over the entire world.

Q: What are your talents?
A: I was a brilliant student during my time at Hogwarts and was a great favourite of all teachers, except that Albus Dumbledore. I specialize in Dark magic. I’m also exceptional in duelling. I’m an Occlumens and the best Legilimens. I can fly without a broomstick.

Q: What’re the qualities you look for in a person you’ve just met?
A: They should be loyal to the death. Should be interested in the Dark Arts. Should not be a sissy. Should be atleast half-blood. 

Q: Who’s your favourite Death Eater?
A: Bellatrix and Severus, without a doubt. Oh, and Bartemius Crouch Jr. was quite great too.

We, erm, loved having you with us!

TR: *goes out of the room dramatically, with loads of flourishes of his wand and robes*
Me: *is visibly traumatised*

S-see you! B-bye!

Snigdha (definitely a Muggle-hating pureblood)


Tamara de Lempicka


Its been a while since I have posted an artist bio so here’s one today!

„I live life in the margins of society, and the rules of normal society don‘t apply to those who live on the fringe.“

Tamara de Lempicka was a Polish painter who spent her working life in France and the United States. She is best known for her polished Art Deco portraits of aristocrats

 Art Deco, a classical, symmetrical, rectilinear style that reached its high point between 1925-1935. Drew its inspiration from such serious art movements as Cubism, Futurism, and the influence of the Bauhaus. In Paris, it was a dominant art form of the 1920-1930 period. Of all the artists pursuing the style „Arts Decoratifs“, one of the most memorable was Tamara de Lempicka.

Tamara de Lempicka studied art the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere in Montparnasse under Maurice Denis and Andre Lhot.

In 1932, Tamara de Lempicka began showing her work at various galleries in Paris.

In 1925, Tamara de Lempicka had her first major exhibition in Milan, Italy. It is believed that she finished 28 new works in 6 months.

One of the most famous female artists, she still stays in our heart