Mixed Media

Metal & Leather…
Free Hand Leatherworks

Free Hand Leatherworks has been hard at work, creating some stunning, hand made leather work for the metal and motorcycle communities. If you pay attention to doom label EasyRider Records, you’ve probably seen his limited runs of leather cassette holders.

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Real Life Transformers:
“Dekotora” Japanese Truck Art!

When I think about a country that is on some next level shit, Japan is the first place to come to mind. After traveling there many times, I must say it’s one of my favorite places in the world. When

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Engraved & Inked Skulls by Peter Deligdisch

Skulls are one of those things that you just can’t have enough of around the house. Sean and I are always on the lookout for people to recruit as skullfinders for us, since we pretty much stay at home and

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Art CVLT Interview Series:
Derek Setzer

In this week’s installment of the Art CVLT Interview Series, I have Derek Setzer on the chopping block. Enjoy. Q: What was it that got you into drawing and design? Did Punk and Hardcore have any bearing on the style

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Art CVLT Interview Series :
Andrew Gomez IV of Glory Kid

Q: Glory Kid has been active for over 10 years now, What was the inspiration behind starting a label in an age where the internet has completely ruined the music industry?  Well, to be honest Brandon, it stemmed from being

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Beauty & Decay:
Buildings Made Out
Of Human Remains Photo Essay

All Photos & Text From io9 The Eggenburg Charnel in Eggenburg, Austria, with the remains of 5,800 people. It was constructed in the early 14th century.

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Art CVLT Interview Series:
Bryce Kresge of Bone Dance

Bone Dance is a chaotic “metal” band from Boise, Idaho, that my band Old Wounds toured with the last time they came out East. During that time, I became extremely friendly with the dudes in the band, but specifically hit

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Exquisite Darkness: Kris Kuksi
Opens New Show Entitled “Revival”

This week Kris Kuksi opened his fourth outstanding solo show Revival at Joshua Liner Gallery. From all of the pieces I have seen, Kris once again has created sculptures that are unbelievably ornate and captivating! Check out what the director

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Do You Remember The Time?
Cassette Spine Art!

What decade changed my life the most? The 80’s, hands down. Growing up back then was a trip…it was a job to find new music, but that’s what made it fun. Today I saw something that took my mind to

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An Interview With
Petr Pavlensky: Anarchist Artist Nails his Balls to the Red Square, So You Don’t Have to!

Via Animal By Marina Galperina Last week, artist Petr Pavlensky nailed himself to the ground near Kremlin in the Red Square, “by the balls” — technically, the scrotum — and it echoed dramatically in the press. Though he was initially

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