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20th – 23rd APRIL, Tilburg, Netherlands Text & Photos: Kris T. Therrian / 17 seconds photography DAY THREE – Saturday The experimental collaboration between Earth’s Dylan Carlson and The Bug warranted a smooth start of the day, very slow and droning. The duo was steeped in darkness with occasional red

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The CVLT Nation instagram feed is saturated with tattoo artists – it’s become our go to place for finding amazing artists who specialize in human skin. I have nothing against traditional tattoo styles, but my personal preference is for artists who bring a unique perspective to tattoo art; something that

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Death CVLT by CVLT Nation has two new tees in stock at the CVLT Nation Bizarre! Black and White standard fit tees, printed by hand in-house with soft, water based inks, and available in limited quantities. LUST FOR LIFE and NOWHERE TO HIDE mix imagery of life, love and death.

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ROADBURN FESTIVAL 2017 20th – 23rd APRIL, Tilburg, Netherlands Text & Photos: Kris T. Therrian / 17 seconds photography DAY TWO – Friday There couldn’t have been a more disconcerting start to the day than seeing Gnaw Their Tongues in all their glory. I was there in 2015 for their

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Text & Photos: Kris T. Therrian / 17 seconds photography ROADBURN 2017: 20th – 23rd APRIL, Tilburg, Netherlands I can honestly admit that the only time of year that I like more than winter is the month of April – or, more precisely, the month of Roadburn. Even though I

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The Exquisite Corpse method was invented by surrealists in the early 20th century, a game where artists would pass around a piece of paper, taking up where the last left off, to create a strange collaborative image or text. French artist Bernard Dumaine put together a series of Exquisite Corpse drawings with

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