Meghan
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Meghan

Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation webzine and clothing.

ArtPhotography

Punk in the 70s was all about being a total freak and outcast from society. In the baby days of punk, the bands were weird and melodic, the fashion was dark and gothic, and the kids hadn’t created the heavily male-dominated world of hardcore yet, so women reigned supreme. I

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ArtTattoo

I constantly torture myself by following tattoo artists, despite my limited budget and inability to travel. Christina Gemora is an artist based in NYC whom I’ve been following for a while now, and she leaves me with visions of beautiful tattoos in my head. Gemora is one of the few

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ArtIllustrationPainting

Some truly artistic people don’t know how to communicate with #normcore culture. Their visions are so all-encompassing, their need to put brush or pen to paper so engulfing, that they find it almost unbearable to spend time away from their creations with those who can’t comprehend their eccentricity. One such

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BizarreCvlture

One of the things that’s awesome about working from home is that when a post from @dildonighmares pops up in my IG feed I don’t need to hide what I’m laughing hysterically at. And this account makes me laugh hysterically on a regular basis. I think if you want a

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ArtTattoo

I constantly torture myself by following tattoo artists, despite my limited budget and inability to travel. Christina Gemora is an artist based in NYC whom I’ve been following for a while now, and she leaves me with visions of beautiful tattoos in my head. Gemora is one of the few

Read More
ArtIllustrationPainting

Some truly artistic people don’t know how to communicate with #normcore culture. Their visions are so all-encompassing, their need to put brush or pen to paper so engulfing, that they find it almost unbearable to spend time away from their creations with those who can’t comprehend their eccentricity. One such

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