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Dark Art & Craft: Manuscript of Death Interview

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Hailing from Bandung, Indonesia, Manuscript of Death is a dark illustrator renowned for his haunting artwork. His distinctive style has earned him international recognition, particularly in the metal scene, where he has collaborated with bands like Frozen Soul, Mammoth Grinder and contributed to events such as Total Death Over Mexico Fest. 

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The Surrealist Paintings of Justyna Koziczak

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Detail the Conjuring  The Surrealist Works of Justyna Koziczak Justyna Koziczak is a painter and ceramics maker based in Wroclaw, Poland. After completing her Master's degree in conservation of ceramics and glass she devoted herself to painting.Her works are dream-like compositions such as portraits, landscapes or interior scenes. Justyna makes her paintings mostly in a traditional oil on canvas technique but she also developed her own technique in which she paints with fire on metal. The topic of Justyna's works is a confrontation of a human being with strange, mysterious creatures, which represent fears and challenges modern society needs to...

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Dark Art & Craft Samhain Celebration

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Dark Art & Craft Samhain Celebration! (Immediately following the Halloween Flea Market) Featuring select Artist vendors and live performances by: Embalmer, Fistula, Axioma, Noxis

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Zdzisław Beksiński Dystopian Dark Surrealism

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Zdzisław Beksiński was a master Polish Artist and painter working in the Surreal and Dark Art forms. Beksiński created in what he would often call either a 'Baroque' or a 'Gothic' style, though strains of a Dark Surrealism could be often seen. In his best-known period, Beksiński created dark images of an ominous post-apocalyptic world. 

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Dark Myth and folklore: An Interview with Grady Gordon

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This month Dark Art & Craft talked to Oakland based monotype Artist Grady Gordon. Gordon's raw ink monotypes are filled with textured figures, landscapes and ominous skulls on stark backgrounds. 

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