Something Wicked This Way Comes

That sounds so much ominous than it really is. It’s been 2.5 years since I posted here and while I’ve definitely not disappeared from the internet, I have restructured a lot of my online presence. That means this blog is going to go through some changes soon.

Don’t worry though. Snailbird is still gonna be here and will still be home to this blog which I’ll start updating again (hopefully – let’s not make any promises). I’m just going to alter it a bit. Snailbird will now be known as Snailbird: The Art of Nikki Jeske. I’ve already made the changes to my Facebook page which is updated fairly regularly now. I’m a steady freelance artist (finally) and I want Snailbird to be the home for my work. So in the next month or so, you’ll be seeing changes – some subtle and some not-so-subtle (a design change is in the works). Be prepared.

For now, make sure you’re following me for more art content in the following places:


I hope you’re all keeping your heads above water. There are still a few more months of 2020 to get through. Stay hydrated, do good, be well. And sleep if you can. Sleep is important.

Hitting the Big Time: Mashable!

So if you hadn’t heard, Snailbird recently made it into the popular online magazine Mashable. Now we’ve been featured in quite a few online articles and showcases, but I think it’s a safe bet that Mashable is the biggest and most well-read site that has given us a few visitors. And not just a few – our visitors and hits have gone through the roof! Thank you Mashable! Interested in the article? You can find Snailbird featured in 20 Resources for Displaying Twitter Updates. Check it out, comment, and adore our cute little twitter bird!