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CVLT NATION X FALL/WINTER 2015 IS NOW ON CVLTNATIONBIZARRE.COM! It’s been a long time coming, but our Winter collection is here! Get some rad designs inspired by skateboarding and classic 90s streetwear in our tenth collection of tees, hoodies, hats, longsleeves and jackets. We’ve got new twists on old favorites and sickening

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So the word on the street is that the series of children’s books called Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz is the grimmest set of books you could buy for kids. Many of his books have been banned in the States because the powers that be thought they

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It’s very interesting how people have had the vision to flip the script and use instagram as an instrument of self expression. I have seen accounts that focus on vintage skateboards, 80’s punk posters, skylines, urban decay, performance art – all of these just scratch the surface of whats out there!

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Since I enjoyed my first Boots, Bats & Boobs post so much, I thought what the hell, I’ll do another one! Today I’m featuring another multidisciplined Spanish artist, Arantza Sestayo, and her mythologically beautiful, hauntingly evil erotic beauties. Her work has a strong fantasy element to it, with it’s misty realism

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Sean sent me a couple of illustrators to check out for today’s art feature, and it took only one look at Sebastia Boada‘s illustrations for me to start writing this post. I mean, who can resist the combination of fantasy, horror, occult and erotica that Boada has going on? In his

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What was it like in the 50’s and 60’s for a person with an open mind when it came to the wild side of sex? Many people turned to books that were considered sleazy or dirty. Gene Bilbrew was a part of this underworld of sexual freedom because he was a very important

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Venice, CA is tiny beach town that has had a HUGE impact on underground youth culture. This place has given the world some unreal illustrators, and one of them goes by the name of RIC CLAYTON or RxC for short. He is a true OG Suicidal Boy and the band’s

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TOSHIO SAEKI’s mind is plugged into his very own universe of perversion! I can’t even begin to think about how he comes of with any of the shit he creates. I do know I’m hooked, and can’t stop looking at his work. Check out Kink & Perversion To The Next Level

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The paintings of Takato Yamamoto have a vicious beauty; their stunning detail is akin to the Ukiyo-e woodblock prints of the 18th century that initially influenced his work, but Yamamoto has developed his style into something he calls “heisei aestheticism.” He combines brutality with serenity in his paintings – blood

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Unholy black hell, the artist Skirill  creates scenes of death that are full of grim beauty. Just using lines, he is able to convey so much emotion and despair in each of his pieces. Staring at his work inspires me to go deeper into my morbid brain, and take part

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These illuminated medieval manuscripts give us a look into the minds of the monks who created them, and how they viewed sex, demons and hell fire…Get your trip on and peep some medieval porn and demon weirdness!    via Flashbak

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Usually when we would leave a show in the 80’s, there would always be people standing outside handing you flyers to the next show, something that’s lasted through the decades. One way to make sure people did not throw them away was by having killer art on them. Not only did many illustrators

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