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ArtCvltureHistoryPhotography

I’ve looked at a lot of crime scene photos since starting this blog (ok…maybe before that, too), and I think these ones from 1920s NYC might be the worst I’ve seen yet. There’s something in the stark lighting that makes these look almost unreal; the scenes of terror frozen in

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Text and Photos: Brian Sepanzyk When Nick Yacyshyn told me where SUMAC was going to record their next album, What One Becomes, the first thing I thought was, ‘Someone needs to document this.’ Nick sent me a text with a link to a place called the Unknown: an old church that has been

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Siouxsie Sioux is someone who has inspired me with her fearless musical creativity and genre-defying sounds, as well as her iconic sense of style that helped to define what we know now as deathrock and 80s goth. The Banshee’s band manager, Nils Stevenson – road manager of the Sex Pistols – brought

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Jan Saudek was born in the legendary city of Prague in 1935. He lived a controversial life for his time; his biographical notes on his site are a strange read, with reminiscences like, “1950 – I penetrate a woman. But only for a moment. I have to wait a good three years

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ArtCvltureJewelryPhotography

https://www.instagram.com/thrjar.jewelry/If you are a committed follower of the dark arts, it’s extremely likely that you will have, at some point or other,  stumbled across the work of respected Norwegian digital artist Daria Endresen. Her beautifully unnerving art has been captivating and feeding the hungry minds of art enthusiasts for several

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Personally, I think that tattoos, when done by a kick ass artist, are works of art that are worth the pain you have to endure to get them. Now, what happens to your skin canvas after death? The answer is in Japan, because at The Medical Pathology Museum at Tokyo University they

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