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Fine-Tipped Black Ink and Exercise: An Interview with Seldon Hunt

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

Dark Art & Craft recently got to know the one and only Seldon Hunt. Seldon's illustration work oozes detail and if you're a fan of metal music you've more than likely seen some of his amazing album art & t-shirt designs. We reached out to the New York based artist for an interview via email.

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From One Ethos to the Next and the Box Fish Inspiration in Between: an Interview with Dark Surrealist Brad Gray

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Here We Go Round The Pentagram English Artist Brad Gray creates a world of haunting and horrifying narratives dripping in satire and symbolism to provoke the audience to explore the deeper, darker themes of human existence. Found online operating under the moniker of Drabnail, his work has been exhibited internationally, most recently at Copro Gallery in Santa Monica as a part of the Dark Art Society Group show curated by Chet Zar, Wowxwow's Microvisions 2 show exhibiting online, and "Within the Garden of Earthly Delights" at Outre Gallery in Melbourne, Australia. His incredible techniques harken back to the masters of yesteryear,...

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Cosmic Gateways: The Upcoming Exhibition of Bob Stokes at Grindcore House

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

September is one of the greatest months for art shows: it seems like every where you look there's an upcoming exhibit and it honestly makes us stoked beyond belief. Philly-based artist, curator, musician and event curator Bob Stokes is no exception. 

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Birth-Decay-Rebirth: An Interview with Ink Artist Adrian Baxter

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Dark Art & Craft had a chance to talk this month with U.K.-based artist and illustrator Adrian Baxter. Baxter's ink creations are methodically-detailed works based on the occult, nature, and death. This intriguing interview focuses on Baxter's influences and process; please enjoy.

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Ivan Bilibin Dark Russian Folklore

Posted by Justin Meyers on

There was something dark, mythic and beautifully nostalgic about the world of folklore Ivan Bilibin created. Throughout his career he was inspired deeply by Slavic folklore and myths. He distinctly reflected the mountains, forests and lore of old Russia. Bilibin gained some renown in 1899, when he released his illustrations of Russian fairy tales which became widely popular.

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