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Deathrock icon Razor Candi is at long last releasing a high quality photo book to showcase her work after 13 years of professional online modeling. Razor Candi’s DIY career propelled with the popularity of social networking in 2003 alongside the mid-00’s Deathrock Revival period. Raising the bar for and inspiring fashion and

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It’s almost the weekend, so I decided it’s time for us all to laugh! If you are fan of CVLT Nation then you know that sometimes amidst the darkness we have to keep it light. Today we want to share you the instagram that has been keeping us in stitches

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via Dazed Digital Madame Buraka is something of an enigma in the tattoo world. If her job wasn’t to permanently mark someone’s skin with her signature style of tattooing then you’d never really know that she was ever here at all. Constantly on the move, her Instagram – where she

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There is no shame in my game – I’m a huge fan of tattoo artista that are plugged into the dark side and come from a punk background. XCJX is an artist that I found on instagram and I dig his lines for many different reasons. One of the major things about

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Over the five years of CVLT Nation’s existence, it has opened many different doors that have come in many different forms. One of the raddest things about running this site is getting connected with our talented readers from around the world. Case in point is Dan S Carrington, aka  X X V I, who has been

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Personally, I think that tattoos, when done by a kick ass artist, are works of art that are worth the pain you have to endure to get them. Now, what happens to your skin canvas after death? The answer is in Japan, because at The Medical Pathology Museum at Tokyo University they

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