MESMER is named after the German physician Franz Mesmer who pioneered the theory of animal magnetism that hypothesized a transference of energy between all animate and inanimate things, and which eventually became the practice of hypnosis. We believe that poetry and art are loci of these energies, and a means of transport between consciousnesses.
MESMER was created, curated, and printed by Emma Furman and Sean Pritchard in their home in Nashville, TN. Billie the Dog was a constant source of inspiration. They would love for you to visit.
Emma and Sean would like to offer their immense appreciation for the design and layout work their friend and short-term roommate, Kate Sullivan, invested in Mesmer. You can view her portfolio at katelynsullivandesign.com