It’s been a while since I posted about some sick as fuck, dark and evil, metal-tinged illustration, so today I have some for you via Mike Lawrence Illustration. His work has everything in it that I want emblazoned on my chest and my walls – skulls and incantations, impeccable details
Being that I’m a child of the 70’s and raised most of my life in Venice, CA, it makes sense that I love getting high! One thing I remember growing up was all of the different kinds of stoner paraphernalia, from different smoke bottles to out of the world pipes.
By Stephen J. Gertz Impish devils dance, make merry, carry off young maidens, engage in scatological activities, make mischief, toy with men and women. and generally have a hell of a time as infernal rascals frolicking with diabolical glee in Les Diables de Lithographies by Eugène Modeste Edmond Le Poitevin.
Jake Fried‘s artwork is like taking a visual trip on your own thought process. On solitary days, when you are alone to allow your brain synapses to explore their own pathways, you can take yourself on the most complex mental journeys, passing through places you didn’t know existed in your
When I think of really creative people in the underground, ALEXANDER HEIR is at the top of my list. He is an illustrator, silkscreener, musician and clothing brand owner (DEATH/TRAITORS) – who knows, I might be leaving something out! Today I want to focus on this dude’s new art book,
Text and Photos via Quixotic Dreams. Written by Freddy Alva One of the more enduring motifs in the development of American hardcore is the oft-repeated description of this burgeoning youth subculture as being a predominantly white suburban dominated one. While this might have been true in certain quarters of the