Art

The Book of Love and Mutilation…
Slawomir Rumiak

When many people first lay eyes on Slawomir Rumiak‘s photography, what they see is misogyny; pleasure taken in the torturing of women and mutilating of their bodies. What Rumiak claims to be doing with his book of disturbing and macabre

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The ART of Getting High!
70’s Rolling Paper Packaging

Being that I’m a child of the 70’s and raised most of my life in Venice, CA, it makes sense that I love getting high! One thing I remember growing up was all of the different kinds of stoner paraphernalia,

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The Insane & Incredible World Of…
Ghana’s Fantasy COFFINS!

Text via Lazer Horse Ghana was the first state to free itself from the grips of European colonisation and became a symbol of liberation for the Black Power movement. It’s had a tumultuous past and its present sees the same

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Take a Journey Into…
The Internet K-HOLE! Part 3

Now this is just simply awesome – come take a journey into the Internet K-HOLE. Warning: you will get lost in a world of bugged out photos…So let the journey begin NOW!

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DIY Skate Parks Photographed by Rich Gilligan

Something about skateboarding makes it a life-long obsession for those that do it. I have never met a skater who didn’t attribute part (or all) of their identity to this beat-up board on wheels, no matter their age. I’ve seen

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The Hispanic Impact on the
Early New York Hardcore Scene
Pt. 2!!! by Freddy Alva

This Article Was Written by Freddy Alva & Formatted by No Echo Photo: Stijn Marcoen [Editor's note: This exclusive piece is a follow-up to The Hispanic Impact on the Early New York Hardcore Scene.] The hardcore scene in NYC started

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Negligence Photography by Bob Walden

Bob Walden has been a freelance NYC legal photographer for over 20 years, and he recently decided to put out a book of his photographs which document accident injuries for plaintiff negligence cases. His Kickstarter didn’t reach it’s goal, but

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Les Diables de Lithographies!
The Devil Made Le Poitevin Do It

By Stephen J. Gertz Impish devils dance, make merry, carry off young maidens, engage in scatological activities, make mischief, toy with men and women. and generally have a hell of a time as infernal rascals frolicking with diabolical glee in

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Company of Shadows…
Debut Art Book from Paul Gerrard

With my sadness over the recent passing of H.R. Giger, it seemed only appropriate when one of my other favorite conceptual horror artists, Paul Gerrard, sent me an email about Company of Shadows, his debut art book that explores the

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MEN OF RECORDS…THE WORLD’S MOST OBSESSIVE ALBUM COLLECTORS

Text: Nate Hopper via Esquire In photographer and part-time DJ Eilon Paz‘s new book, Dust & Grooves, there are shelves and shelves packed with vinyl. On some, collections built through crate-digging excursions around the globe are meticulously organized by name,

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