Since starting this webzine, I’ve delved into some of my more macabre and outsider interests. One practice that fascinates me is the extreme body modifications – they push the boundaries of what aesthetics are acceptable in society, and sometimes even what is acceptable for human beings. As body modification has
I can’t front, my fascination with crust pants started in 1983, because I had older heads around me who had killer pants. While living in San Francisco during the 80′s, I started expressing myself with a needle & thread, but I really made my raddest pair in the early 2000′s.
Text & Photos: Mattias Westfalk I met Uncle Allan many years ago in Tokyo for the first time, and we struck up a friendship back then that still holds true to this day. A brother from another mother, if you will. Due to travels and work around the globe, I
Corey Weidmann is the Seattle-based mastermind behind one of my all-time favourite Etsy stores – Jewelry For The Dead. Using materials that he has sourced from antique stores, streams, forests, rivers and fields, Corey designs and handcrafts every piece himself. The fact that Corey actively hunts for his materials, and
If you are long time reader of CVLT Nation, then you know that we love all things to do with putting patches or paint on jackets/vest. So it’s no surprise that our favorite instagram this week is Endless Blockades, which is full of awesome pictures of people expressing themselves with
This time of year I don’t decorate my house, I don’t listen to Christmas music and drink hot apple cider by a roaring fire every night, I don’t wish every damn stranger a “Happy Holidays” or even the dreaded “Merry Christmas,” but I do agonize and stress over what to get