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David D’Andrea’s art combines 60’s concert posters with ancient religious iconography and various other occult miscellany and ephemera. His sinuous pen and ink drawings are perhaps most recognizable on his posters for bands including Sleep, High On Fire, Om and many more. He runs his own printing company under the

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Here at CVLT Nation, we’re obsessed with everything occult – just take a look at our features on witchcraft, the Left Hand Path, Satanism – or pretty much everything on the CVLT Nation Bizarre. So today we want to feed your mind’s eye with a rad collection of occult images that

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Pinched from Dangerous Minds One item you might have missed in the neverending news tsunami of the past couple years: the quadrisected, photocopied face in the Discharge logo belongs to the great singer Mark Stewart. That’s him staring back at you (or so it seems; I always assumed Discharge guy’s

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When did I first see the art of Julie Bell? 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. Bell’s work has

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via Lazerhorse Yōkai are a group of supernatural Japanese monsters, kind of similar to our notion of ghosts. The kanji (or symbol) that describes the Yōkai is made up of two other symbols meaning “bewitching; attractive; calamity” and “apparition; mystery; suspicious”. Sounds good already doesn’t it? The Yōkai have a

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This feature was curated by Void Revelations Explanation of the”Channeling Darkness” project Whether artwork or merchandise, art is part of the music and forms the visual transfer to the auditive. Only very few people know which effort must be operated to manufacture such an exhibit. The idea of the photo series

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