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Japanese artist Yoneji Inamura spent six years of his life collecting 20,000 beetles of different varieties and using them to create a five-foot sculpture of a popular Buddhist deity. It’s unclear how and when exactly Inamura started catching and collecting beetles. Some sources claim that it was during his days working

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DEATH’S DUST is the work of Jeff Kastelic – skull and bone sculpture meant to be used in ritual and ceremony. He creates stunning wall hangings, incense braziers and candelabras – as well as pouches, oils, incense and jewelry – that evoke the occult in a breathtakingly beautiful way. Each of his

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Good sex is pretty much essential to life happiness – I think most of us can agree on that. Abstinence is pretty much the worst punishment that could be imposed on humanity. Endless hours of frustration that I don’t care to think about. As far as recorded history goes, the

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Garth Knight incorporates the Japanese rope bondage known as Kinbaku or Shibari into gorgeous living installations and photography. His work captures the breathtaking beauty of bondage, and also takes it into realms beyond humanity. Many of his series turn his subjects into elements of nature, transforming them into insects and arachnids,

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Some of my favorite pieces in my personal jewellery collection are inspired by the natural world, animal and mineral. There are many companies that pump out nature-inspired pieces, skull after skull, but there are only a few that take their inspiration seriously and pay tribute to the creatures who share

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Miyu Decay is a Los Angeles-based jewelry company run by designer Stephanie Inagaki. She creates delicate adornments out of brass and silver, finery with a macabre twist. Bat skulls feature highly in her work, but there is an extra artistry to what she does that sets her apart from the

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