Friday, September 30, 2016

Five Funny and Magickal Birthday Videos by Incognito Witch to Share with Friends

For the past five years, Mollie Kellogg, creator of the Incognito Witch Project, has produced a special birthday greeting for her daughter.

On September 29th, 2016 she debuted "Happy Birthday Friend." featuring G the Incognito Witch and artist Richard B. ChauDavis.

Throughout the year and over the years these humorous video greetings received thousands of views and have been shared hundreds of time by Kellogg and friends on Facebook and social media.

Please enjoy and share!

Learn more about the Incognito Witch Project at:

Sept 2016 Happy Birthday Friend from Mollie Kellogg on Vimeo.

Sept 2015
Hungry Witch's Birthday Magick from Mollie Kellogg on Vimeo.

Sept 2014
Incognito Witch presents Ginger Anxiety singing "Happy Birthday Baby" from Mollie Kellogg on Vimeo.

Sept 2013
G's Happy Birthday Selfie from Mollie Kellogg on Vimeo.

Sept 2012
Incognito Marilyn sings Happy Birthday My Facebook Friend from Mollie Kellogg on Vimeo.

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Sunday, September 18, 2016

Election got you in knots?

Are you tired? Not feeling well? Struggling to survive? Got work, family commitments, etc...? Me too. Tied up in knots over this election? Me too!!

Well, I considered tuning-out until it was all over, because my stomach can't take much more. However, I had a talk with myself and, instead, we decided that if this election goes by and Trump wins the White House, and I had not done everything in my power to help the campaign, I would be in-part to blame.

So, yesterday I helped at a phone bank. It was awkward, there were forms, there were people I didn't know -- but I overcame the social anxiety and did my best -- and I'm glad I did. I talked to Hillary/Democratic-Ticket-supporters, Trump-lovers, Undecideds... Some ranted and hung up, others were happy to chat, one guy wanted me to give a message to Hillary, (I told him I would write it on the form). The house was full of volunteers inside and outside, with many first-timers feeling the same as I. Everyone came together to do what they could.

So, yes, there is more that can be done beyond fighting with our friends and family on Facebook!

Not good on the phone? There are many other tasks that need to be done -- data entry, canvassing (locally and in neighboring states), hosting events, coordination, training, etc.

Please consider stepping outside your comfort zone for our country. Here is where you can find events in your area:

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Incognito Witch returns to the Awareness Film Fest with A Lonely Heart in the Crowd, a music video about reaching a loved one with mental illness.

 For Immediate Release: 

For release through October 10, 2016
Contact: Mollie Kellogg:

(September 14, 2016, Los Angeles, CA) Creative Sorceress Mollie Kellogg’s short musical film, A Lonely Heart in the Crowd, will screen at the Awareness Film Fest October 10, 2016, in the 7pm-9pm block of short films at LA Live Regal Cinemas at 1000 W Olympic Blvd in Los Angeles, CA. Purchase tickets at

The 6:36 min video, song lyrics by Mollie Kellogg and music composed by T. Collins Logan, asks, “When someone you love is drifting away, do you let go or make a strong play?” Upon the advice of Mama Witch, G the Incognito Witch reaches out to a loved one struggling with mental illness.

The Sacramento Bee calls A Lonely Heart in the Crowd a “strong work” and “a quirky and compelling video that explores love, loss and mental illness.” The film’s world premiere was in New York City at the Magikal Charm Video Fest and has since screened across the US, winning “Best Musical” at the Fantasmagorical Film Fest in Kentucky and Award of Excellence at the California State Fair; and internationally at the 2016 AVIFF Cannes Art Film Festival in France.

The Incognito Witch character was inspired by Artwork by Mollie Kellogg and the storyline reflects lived experience and a message of determination. “My film and art helps me process and share complicated themes that I am passionate about,” says Kellogg, “Without the help of metal health resources like NAMI and BPD Global, my story may have had a drastically different conclusion. It is scary to put such a personal story forward, but sharing can diminish the fear and stigma; education can change perceptions and save lives.”

About the Festival:
The Awareness Film Festival runs October 6-16, 2016 and is organized by Heal One World, a non-profit charity. Over 11 days the Awareness Fest spotlights filmmakers committed to making positive change throughout the world. Net profits from the festival benefit charity. For more information on Heal One World and their initiatives, visit: For festival information visit

Learn more about the Incognito Witch Project at Contact Mollie at

Download a Press Kit with links to images for A Lonely Heart in the Crowd at


Interviews with the filmmaker are available on request.
SOURCE Mollie Kellogg

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

The Tramedy of Dick and Jane

One-of-a-kind Polymer Clay fine art figure set: 5 parts: 2 figures, 2 masks and 1 base

5-3/4" tall, base 7"x8"

Facebook videos with more photos:

On Etsy for a limited time:

Swarovski Crystal eyes

Copper masks hand-cut and hammered with crystal briolette accent on "Tragedy" mask

Magnets on bottom of figures to hold them in place on the metal base.

Hand-painted faces with acrylic paint and body and face accented with mica powders and acrylic wash.

Tattoos read "Comedy" and "Tragedy" with the Incognito Witch icon.

Masks on head wreaths are removable.

Figures can be positioned as desired on the metal tray.

Polymer clay, copper, Swarovski Crystals, magnets, mica powder, acrylic pain, glass beads, wax, metal base.

Not a child's toy - for 15 years of age or older. Not for outdoor display.