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Vergvoktre makes paintings in charcoal that feel like staring into the abyss. It’s as if the most harrowing, bleak black metal you ever heard became so powerful that it created tangible pieces of artwork with its icy, forlorn sounds. Art like this keeps me excited to post on CVLT Nation,

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In the age of Photoshop and Internet, Trump has already become the subject of memes, which are kind of the flyer of the new millennium. Now that he is *shudder* POTUS, he is destined for mockery like almost no other president before him. I think G.W.B. sighed in relief when

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Graffiti has grown into an internationally-renowned art form, with creators coming from all over the world – one of them being NYCHOS from Styria in Austria; and this dude has fucking skills that could pay mad bills. What I love about his work is his understanding of anatomy and the way he connects

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Our comrades over at Midnite Collective have done it again and are about to drown Southern California under the weight of the Heavy Fest that is called Midnite Communion. From Nov. 11 to Nov. 13th, this event will be happening in Long Beach with some of the sickest bands from all

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Goethe’s version of the FAUST legend has inspired countless artists since its publication in 1808. The idea of a person so driven for success that they will surrender their moral fibre in exchange for it resonates with most of us – we’ve all wanted desperately to be recognized for some contribution

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There isn’t much that’s creepier than the atmosphere of an Edgar Allan Poe story. For the past two centuries, his work has been sending chills down our spines and taking our minds to places that we can barely glimpse into for fear of being sucked into darkness. When the 1923 edition

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