The Winter Solstice is drawing near, and it’s time to prepare your home for the cold, dark nights ahead. Candles lit, talismans laid, icons hung, spirits summoned and manifested. Make your home the place of warmth and darkness that you dream of when you are in the grips of your little
On Sunday, November 1st, the sixth edition of Dreams Were Made For Mortals comes to the St. Vitus Bar in Brooklyn. This one day art event showcases the work of some of the underground’s most interesting artists. Check out the second in our 2-part interview series with some of this year’s
Kelsey Henderson is Brooklyn-based artist whose hyper realistic paintings of punks are out of this world! I would like to show you every one of her paintings because they are that rad! You can tell that her images were created by someone who has immersed themselves in the culture, because
Filth, Torment, Beauty, Outsiders, Power, Life, Decay and Death come to mind as I stare at the work of SARAH SITKIN – it is full of disturbing creatures. She creates in many different media – silicone, clay, plaster resin and more. I can not even begin to describe how twisted and lovely
It’s very interesting how people have had the vision to flip the script and use instagram as an instrument of self expression. I have seen accounts that focus on vintage skateboards, 80’s punk posters, skylines, urban decay, performance art – all of these just scratch the surface of whats out there!
Sean sent me a couple of illustrators to check out for today’s art feature, and it took only one look at Sebastia Boada‘s illustrations for me to start writing this post. I mean, who can resist the combination of fantasy, horror, occult and erotica that Boada has going on? In his