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“Between us, there always seemed to exist some deeper identification, born of a deep, unspoken bond; an underlying sense of kinship. It was as if loving Narcisa was like loving some wayward, feral strand of myself; a distorted funhouse mirror image of my own brutalised, mangled, forgotten inner child, restructured

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ArtBizarreHistoryPhotography

In the 1800s, kids could work full time jobs and they could be thrown in jail or labor camps just like adults. While today only the very worst child criminals are tried in adult court, and even then very rarely, in the 1870s in Newcastle-upon-Tyne kids were routinely sentenced to

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ArtPhotography

In the early 20s, a photographer in NYC had the idea to get his own police scanner so that whenever the NYPD broadcasted a crime scene he would be there, camera in hand. His name was Arthur Fellig, born in 1899, and he became known as “Weegee” on the NYC

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ArtMusic

2013 has been a great year for interviews – we’ve gotten to know better some of our favorite musicians and artists through some fascinating, in-depth conversations. Here is a collection of our Top 6 favorite interviews we published this year, in order of their appearance on our site: 1. A

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ArtDocumentariesFilm

One of the greatest hip hop groups to ever do it, hands down, is the WU TANG CLAN. Many people only saw the MC’S, but there were people in the shadows that helped create what we all saw up front. To be specific, Oliver “POWER” Grant was one of those

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ArtIllustrationLiteratureMixed Media

by Oliver Sheppard Visual artist Aeron Alfrey has furnished illustrations for books about horror authors like HP Lovecraft, Stephen King, and Thomas Ligotti. Alfrey’s meticulously detailed nightmare worlds are crammed with denizens of all varieties, densely peopled with black and white monsters like an unholy mash-up between the medieval apocalypses

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