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Photographer and anthropologist Massimo Branca first met Catalina in 2013 when she was 17 years old. “Her large, black eyes seemed to become more mysterious the longer I looked at them,” he said. “It took me a lot to understand just how much she had been through in her short

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Scientology has a notorious reputation as one of the silliest and most lucrative religious businesses on the planet. Although their global membership is estimated to be around 8 million, the numbers are very foggy and mysterious, with only about 30,000 in the US and a handful of thousands scattered through the rest

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Leprosy is one of those hall of fame human diseases – something that most of us luckily have no personal experience of, but that most of us have learned about from a very young age due to its notoriety. I’m pretty sure it was one of the awesomely gruesome ideas that was

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Photos: Taylor Ferguson On September 10th, I tore myself away early from a wedding reception’s open bar to head down to the Astoria for my second MONOLORD show in just over a month. I saw them destroy the Shakedown in Bellingham at the beginning of their North American tour alongside SWEAT LODGE, and as

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I’ve heard that you, Illugi, write most of the material. Is that true, or is more like a collaborative effort? If not, what’s the writing process? Mannveira started as a solo effort; I wrote all of the Von er eitur material by myself, but then I recruited the rest of

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The strange and weird world of a master of fine art photography, Alva Bernadines.  Bernadines’ photographic world is way out, incredibly funny at times, disturbing at others. Its compositional strength and colour intensity always constitute a visual happening, or as Alva Bernadine himself puts it: “I take the theatricality of surrealism,

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