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Growing up in Venice Beach during the early 70’s, I saw some freaky shit from being surrounded by drug addicts, street artist, bikers, nudists and freaked-out hippies. Counter culture was was just our normal culture – nothing weird or different, just the shit we were exposed to. I can’t tell

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Via Dangerous Minds North Korea is the ultimate “safe space” where only one opinion matters and no dissent is allowed. Safe spaces stop the dialectic in its tracks—just like North Korea does not permit any serious critique of its Supreme Leader the “Shining Sun” Kim Jong-un. We may not dig what

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Steph from Eridanos Tattoo & Gallery interviews Dan Seagrave What are your top five favorite visual artists? I don’t have a top 5 exactly, as I’ll always think of someone who I would have added if asked on a different day. But right now, I’d say Max Ernst, Casper David

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I will be the first one to tell you I’m a visual person! Ever since I can remember, I have had a fondness for looking at weird or sleazy stuff. So when I found the Black Hound Revival instagram, I was hooked. It’s full of crazy, rad, fucked up and sleazy

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Clovis Trouille was an anti-religious and anarchist French painter who turned his frustrations into amazing paintings of surreal erotic fantasy. His service in the French army during WWI left him scarred and disillusioned with the authority figures who justified violence in order to maintain their power. So he came home,

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Born 1882, Japan’s Seiu Ito was the Father of “Kinbaku” Art, also known as Bondage Art. His imagination conjured things that many of us could not even think of today. When I look at his work, the pain is hard to miss, but it’s the beauty that surrounds his subjects that draws you

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