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Juan Maeda is a Japanese bondage artist that was born in born in 1939, and he is well known for his intense illustration style. He worked on the graphic version of Oniroku Dan’s Flower and Snake in 1972. I love Maeda’s work because it’s full of drama, pain and beauty. Check out this killer collection

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Excuse me as I stare at the mind-melting art of Franklin Cascaes. His surreal pictures are full of morbid imagination that make me say to myself what kind of universe is he plugged into! Nuff respect due to Monster Brains for featuring his work on their killer site! “A researcher

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Calling all ghouls in the Detroit, MI area (yes, I’m talking to you my fellow Canadians) – here’s an art exhibition to travel for! This Saturday, February 2nd, an extraordinary display of the paranormal both on this plane and behind the veil will take place at the Cagliostro estate at

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“By sounding a little like everything you’ve ever heard, the whole sounds like nothing you’ve ever heard”. In 2012, the Guardian wrote this lines to advice us about the talent of then-newcomer Grimes. The rest is history.  We could use these same words to introduce you Alberto Panegos’ unique work,

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This feature is a celebration of Ric Clayton – RxCx – and his book that came out this year called Welcome to Venice. Below you will read about the impact he had on his friends’ lives and how we all have noting but love for him. Josh Klassman is an

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When did I first see the art of  Alfonso Azpiri? Most likely it was on late night TV while I was watching the Mid Night Flight, my gateway for everything underground during late 70s/early 80s. This was the place where you could see Heavy Metal magazine come to life. Azpiri’s work has

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