Art

Monsters & Madness… The Drawings of Ulisse Aldrovandi

Ulisse Aldrovandi (Bologna, 1522-1605) was an Italian scholar of natural history, and considered a pioneer of the study of modern natural history. Aldrovandi is also credited with inspiring the naturalist movement in Northern Italy and Flanders through his connection to

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A Real Life Post-Apocalyptic Wasteland…
Chernobyl Photos by Michael Day

Every once in a while, my mind goes places I don’t want it to – somewhere dark, helpless and terrifying. Once of those places is very real, and hidden at the same time – a world where nuclear disaster has

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Pig Bird Vs. Bat Fawn…
Thomas Grünfeld’s Misfits

A pig-bird, a bat-fawn, a cat-dog? These are not fantasy – or rather they are, but they have been made reality by taxidermist and sculptor Thomas Grünfeld. His surreal specimens are influenced by wolperfinger folk tales, German stories of anthropomorphic

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Street Art & Graffiti…
As Weapons Of Mass Protest!

For millions of years, humans have used graffiti as a way of communicating. It has also been used as a weapon for social justice. All over the world, people feel the need to get whatever they want off of their

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Chuy, The Wolf Man & His Clan

via Dazed Digital Text & Photos by Eva Aridjis Jesús ‘Chuy’ Aceves, aka the Mexican ‘Wolf Man,’ and a dozen members of his extended family suffer from the extremely rare condition of congenital hypertrichosis, meaning they were born with an

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“Dreams are valuable, because they release the primordial chaos”
Seth Siro Anton

Mister Seth Siro Anton, born in 1973 in Greece, better known by his artistic works for bands like EXODUS, HEAVEN SHALL BURN, CALIBAN, CHAOSTAR, JOB FOR A COWBOY, DECAPITATED, VADER etc., strikes with technically thought-through, rough lines, reminding us of

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Blood of the Dove… Urban Shamans

via Feature Shoot For his haunting series Urban Shamans, Italy-based photographer Andrea Frazzetta documents the lives and rituals of healers, or curanderos, in Lima, Peru. While traveling, he explored the depths of the avenue Avenida Tacna, where shamans operate out

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Portraits of…
French Punk Culture From The 80′s

All Photos via Raya 80′s The kids will be united and the kids will rebel! This was just the case with what happen with punk in the 80′s. Early on, because of MRR I knew that what was taking place

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CVLT Nation Interviews : Tattoo Artist Jon Clue

For almost twenty-one years, Brooklyn born tattoo/painter Jon Clue has been channeling visions straight out of the Necronomicon itself. He has created pieces that invoke a sense of twisted worlds beyond our grasp, and of sights best left unseen. Jon

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Musical Shamanism The Book – announcement and sneak peek!

First of all, I’d like to thank you all for such enthusiastic and positive feedback on Musical Shamanism 101. I honestly didn’t expect it to generate so much interest. All throughout last week, I received questions from you about whether

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