It’s hard to believe it’s been five years since Wicked Woman was first published. Of course, it’s really even older than that, because it was years of work in the making. I first stumbled across the idea when I had to do a project in college about women in metal,
I love art of all kinds but I really love art that has a message! Which is why the art work of Adam Kindred aka Archaic Filth speaks to me so much! Many of his pieces actually paint the picture of death and destruction that the corruption//greed of humanity has done to
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
So what happens when art and devotion collide? You get battle jackets and battle vests. I have three different ones, because I collect band patches and can never stop myself from sewing them on to something. I also can never get enough of looking at vests made by other people.
All photos and text by Abi Coulson Dreadfest Day Three So, it’s safe to say that 80% of Dreadfestians (including yours truly) are feeling a little worse for wear after two days of Buckfast fuelled grind; then who’s to blame. Luckily today, the holy Sabbath is a little more tame
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