Art

A Watery Grave…
Thor’s Well

Living in the northwest, there are so many desolate places – and by desolate, I mean devoid of human life, not of life itself. You don’t drive through strip mall after strip mall like you do in Southern California; here

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Portraits of…
Houston Texas Punk Culture From The 80′s

Who would I be without being a part of the 80’s hardcore scene? Honestly, I don’t know, but I will say that those were the years that shaped me! I can’t tell you why, but the California scene had a

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Infectious Beauty…
Glass Sculptures of Viruses

My 3 year old is getting to the age where she wants explanations – about life, about earth, about the universe. I told her that each human being is its own universe, that little life lives inside us and outside

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Tower of David…
The Worlds Tallest Squat
Dynamic Photo Essay

I’m gazing at some very powerful photos the Tower of David in Caracas, Venezuela, the tallest squat in the world! Alejandro Cegarra took amazing photos over five months, documenting the lives of the people who live in the post-apocalyptic-looking tower,

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CVLT Nation interviews visual artist Brian Walsby

BRIAN WALSBY You’re a visual artist and also a musician. What came first in your life? And do you see these two as complementary ways of expressing your passion for music? They are flipsides of the same coin, which I

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Stormtrooper Photos by Kristina Alexanderson

Star Wars has forever changed the landscape of pop culture – a classic story of good versus evil, telling us that even millennia in the future the conflict is black and white. But maybe we’re not seeing the full story…are

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Creature Vision!
Macro Photos Of ANIMALS’ EYES

by Kayla Chobotiuk via Featureshoot Under a macro lens, the eye takes on new dimensions of intricate detail reminiscent of surreal landscapes and otherworldly surfaces. In Animal Eyes, Armenian photographer Suren Manvelyan’s extreme close-ups offer a glimpse into an unseen

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The Visual World Of Math.I;
Or The Reason Not To Reason

Self-described as “hand made retardist collages for the viscerally endowed” and made by “exacto knifes, not Photoshop”, the works of Math.I embody sarcastic remarks on society, ethics and everything that makes the filth look clean; not exactly like Banksy does

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CVLT Nation interviews: Ian Christe of Bazillion Points

Five years after releasing the great book of metal Sound of The Beast (2004), Ian Christe decided that was time to be his own boss and created Bazillion Points, a truly DIY press that was introduced to the world with the masterpiece

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Un-Fucking-Real !!!
Elaborate Black And White Scratchboard Illustrations
By Etching Into The Black Ink

via Beautiful / Decay Paris-based illustrator Nicolas Delort creates mysterious black and white scratchboard illustrations. Using nothing but black ink and sharp tools, Delort etches his elaborate drawings into the surface of a clayboard. Despite the monochromatic palette, his works

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