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CELESTIAL BLOOD has an eye for making the macabre beautiful. Her solid silver hand made jewelry takes inspiration from death and violence, but she presents us with these ideas with melancholic grace. Her first collection features instruments of human darkness – handcuffs, switchblade, knife; symbols of human sorrow – a

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It’s time to get witchy! The pyres are being built and the smoke is in the wind…it’s time to summon the will to destroy and rebuild. The CVLT Nation Bizarre has everything the modern witch needs to arm herself and declare her intentions to the world! This week we have

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A carefully chosen pin collection tells the world what you are about. Your politics, your tastes, your wants and needs can all pretty much be found in pin form these days. Today I wanted to feature some pins from three of our vendors, Moongoddess, Suspect Ltd. and Poser Gear all have

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It’s been just over a year since we started the CVLT Nation Bizarre, and it’s been a rad way to showcase underground amazing artisans, artists and labels from around the world! What keeps it going is the support from the global community, and this weekend we’re stoked to be giving back

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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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When Cortez and his conquistadors arrived on the coast of Mexico in 1519, never before having seen or heard of tattooing, they were horrified to discover that the Indigenous people not only “worshipped devils in the form of states and idols,” but had somehow managed to “imprint indelible images of

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