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ArtMixed Media

Art comes in many different forms, and is created for many different reasons. I have a rich love for history of many kinds and the the stories that are connected to the past. One thing that I have always been into is the way that the Catholic faith has been

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ArtIllustrationMixed MediaPainting

I get so many art submissions, I get a little behind on posting them. Now I feel kind of dumb, because when I opened an email from South African artist Adele van Heerden, and followed the link to her work, I was stoked to discover the beauty and depth of

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ArtIllustrationMixed MediaPainting

Grafitti has existed on this planet since humankind landed. I know that I have been into scrawl on walls ever since I saw my first gang tag in the 70’s. The writing on the walls has so many different meanings to everyone. For some, it’s a political statement or an

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ArtCvltureIllustrationJewelryMixed Media

One of the illustrators who put us on the path to CVLT Nation is Doomsday Graphics – his art has an intensity and a punk rock spirit that resonated with us as soon as we saw it. His wife and partner in crust is Acid Witch Produxions, and she handcrafts

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ArtIllustrationMixed MediaPainting

Text and photos Maren Michaelis via Dit is Fashion! The Art of David D’Andrea is gloomy, doomy iconic and beautiful. The topics include magic, occult, mysticism, folklore and natural history. The drawings are beautifully detailed, decorative, and the writing is archaic. On May 12, 2o12, David D’Andrea and his Irish

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CrustDeath MetalDoomEventsFeaturesFilmHardcoreLive RitualsMixed MediaMusicMusic VideosPhotographySludgeStreamingThrash

On 5/19/12 a night of serious Heavy took place at local hot-spot Eli’s in Ghosttown. Two of San Jose’s finest and Heaviest bands were playing and the folks behind Ash Borer and Servile Sect had a new project to unveil to the bay area this evening. Up first from San

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LiteratureMixed Media

Story source Hypebeast Written by Elijah Watson “There has always been this rebellious connection between hip-hop and punk music,” once said iconic hip-hop pioneer Fab Five Freddy, in an interview with radio host Davey-D, back in 2010. It’s true–nestled in the downtrodden streets of a 1980s Manhattan, a new relationship

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Avant GardeFilmMixed MediaPainting

Not everything can be explained or looked at from what we might consider to be a normal perspective. Right now, I want to share with you a mind-warping experience that I went through, that left me almost without words. I combined two things that are so otherworldly, it took me

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ArtEventsFeaturesIllustrationMixed MediaMusic

Text and photos by Astrid Tonella It’s been a few weeks since the last Roadburn, and the after-festival is always a bit nostalgic. However, this year the nostalgia didn’t last long, with the brand new fest “Heavy Days in Doomtown” coming to darken the streets of Copenhagen, Denmark. Yet another

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ArtClothingCvltureDIYMixed Media

The two young dudes who started the Los Angeles clothing brand Vow, Christopher and Jorge, describe what they create as “equal parts occult, cynical and abrasive.” I would describe it as part clothing brand, part DIY project, like finding a dope vintage tee and silkscreening some of your art on

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ArtCollectionsCVLTIllustrationMixed Media

CVLT Nation is proud to present our first two limited edition silkscreened poster prints, Death Trip and Hell Awaits, now available in our webstore! Both prints are illustrations by Cub of the Woods, and are a part of our upcoming Solstice summer season, which will be released next week. We

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80s HardcoreFilmMixed MediaMusic Videos

It sucks that Adam Yauch of the Beastie Boys passed away last Friday. Today, CVLT Nation wants to celebrate his punk rock and early hip hop roots. I remember getting into his first band, The Young and Useless, because they were my age, and I always thought it was extra

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