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Between 1948 and 1986, during his career as a prison guard, Danzig Baldaev made over 3,000 drawings of tattoos. They were his gateway into a secret world in which he acted as ethnographer, recording the rituals of a closed society. The icons and tribal languages he documented are artful, distasteful,

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Roman Sakovich‘s collection of portraits, Half, is a striking portrayal of how drug addiction ravages your body. Each of his subjects is our culture’s dichotomy of social “success” and “failure”. Of course, especially with the rise of pharmaceutical addiction, people can continue to portray themselves as successful or responsible while

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It’s been said that you should not get band tattoos…Well, check all of these humans who have shown their commitment to their favorite band JOY DIVISION. Ian might have died, but the legacy of the band he fronted will live forever, that’s for sure! In many people’s lives, JOY DIVISION

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PhotographyPost Rock

Photos & Text by Saul Torres Honestly, this has to be one of the best shows I’ve been to here in El Paso. Mogwai killed everybody’s ears that night. The band opened with “Heard About you Last Night” from their most recent album Rave Tapes, followed by “Friend of the

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FanzinesGraphic Design

As we go about our lives, we are constantly surrounded by images of all kinds. During the 90’s, when I would pass newsstands one magazine always caught my eye, and that was RAY GUN. What attracted me to this publication was it’s crazy fucking covers that were full of chaotic

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Philip Toledano has that English knack for seeing and documenting the quirks that lie at the heart of “America,” the ironies and hypocrisies behind the ideals and myths that the United States is built on. He works in various media to produce poignant reflections of a country that appears to

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