My 2022 Skam Big Bang fic ‘this is our story written in color’ is now complete! And I’m excited to share the work of my collaborator @chioink who brought to life one of the sweetest Isak and Evens ever! She visualized a pivotal moment in this reimagined S3 AU of graffiti artist Even bringing back the color in Isak’s world through real-world street art and graffiti! Thank you Chio! So wonderful to work with such an amazing artist! 🤩😍👏👏👏 @chioink @skambigbang
After leaving his beloved, but mentally ill mother, a closeted and numb Isak is going through the motions. Even is the elusive street artist E tagging walls around Oslo with pride graffiti. Isak’s coming out is sparked by both the street art as well as Nissen’s newest student, not realizing just how connected they are. When crisis strikes and Even vanishes, Isak will cover every wall in Oslo with the words he wants to say to him. Anything to get him back.
This is the story of how Even colored Isak's world beautiful.
62 Degrees North
written by MeropeMerope
A Faroe Islands AU
Isak/Even | Rating: E
Then: Isak and Even grow up together, find and lose each other.
Now: Working in his parents’ restaurant on Streymoy, Even’s life isn’t quite what he thought it was going to be. Isak’s life in Aarhus isn’t either. Sana, who’s staying in touch with both, finds that she needs a house sitter for her cluttered little cottage by the sea.
“Didn’t Sana tell you?” Isak, trying and failing to look innocent, used to be one of my favorite sights in the world. It made me giddy like few other things could. I don’t need a reminder of that.
“I’m housesitting for her,” Isak continues, studying me like he’s trying to gauge my reaction.
I put the peeler down very carefully. “Sana didn’t tell me. You… should have. Told me.”
“But,” Isak says, lifting his gaze to mine without rancor, “we don’t speak.”
Birthday collaboration for Ghostcat!
Read on AO3 here
with art by @peacestew ✨
anyone wants to hug me from the back and kiss my neck as i stumble over my words?
Fellas, I'm gonna save you a lot of time. If you have to google 'am I gay?', you're definitely not straight.
Alt er love but make it Timber
My twitter friend dared me to draw it so... here it is
I have two groups of comfort shows: the ones that completely destroy me emotionally, and the ones that are just super light hearted comedies and slice of lifes. The second category makes sense as a comfort show but it's just ironic that the shows that have me bawling all the way through, somehow, bring me some comfort.