One thing is inevitable for us all, and that is Death. Bay Area photographer Daniel Vasquez captures the human obsession with death in a striking and gorgeous way under the name American Ghoul. His figures are ghostly and powerful, and invoke the occult and the mystery of the unknown realms.
Ain’t no shame in my game – I’m a bit of a perv who has a fascination with death. So it’s no wonder I am a HUGE fan of frenchinald’s art work. I love the way that they combine the profane with the beautiful to create a world of compelling FILTH.
Photographer: Quinn Langille Based in: Montreal, QC IG: @picturesandwhatever ONE: ILYLS This show was at a super small DIY venue in Montreal, the band playing in the shot is I Love Your Lifestyle from Sweden. There were 3 bands on that night, with 12 total members and I think all of
One of the greatest gifts of doing CVLT Nation are the relationships we get to build with creative people from all over the world, all while exploring our passions. Both Meghan and I are really into Black Work Tattoos and we recently opened up our home to CJ, aka xcjxtattooer, a
Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran There’s always a moment just before Wovenhand begin playing where vocalist/guitarist/mastermind David Eugene Edwards begins slipping from this world into some other… as if spirits begin swirling in the air around him and he listens, murmurs out loud to them, awakens himself to their presence. This has
Born in Belgium in 1867, Jean Delville’s captivating occult paintings are reminiscent of my favorite painter, William Blake. There is a feeling of mystery and rapture that radiates from his work, an exploration of the esoteric that only images can explain but words can’t capture. Like Blake, Delville takes religious