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Livio Scarpella, Stone Ghosts

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Scarpella's ceramic sculpture series “Ghost Underground,” are beautiful veiled faces with light and dark quartz crystals embedded within them. These works were influenced by the famous sculptures (The Veiled Christ is a masterpiece by Giuseppe Sanmartino completed in 1753) that lay in the Cappella Sansevero, a chapel in Naples, Italy. 

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The Twisted Faces of Johan Van Mullem

Posted by Justin Meyers on

Johan Van Mullem is a Belgian Contemporary Artist living and working near Brussels in Sint-Genesius-Rode, a small town in Flemish Brabant. Born in the Congo and coming of age in Tunisia Johan has been deeply impacted by cultures foreign to his Flemish roots. 

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A Look in the Dark: Ohio State Reformatory is Haunted as Fu**

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

When I first moved to Ohio, one of the places I was most excited about seeing was the Ohio State Reformatory (aka Mansfield Reformatory). Photos show a beautiful medley of Victorian Gothic meets Romanesque Revival, its interiors frozen in the mid-twentieth century, never aging or changing thanks to state funding. 

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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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Friday the 13th is Your Excuse to Get Dark Art Prints for 13% OFF

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

Attention superstitious and lovers of bad luck, Friday the 13th is here! While seventeen to twenty-one million people supposedly suffer from triskaidekaphobia, or the fear of Friday the 13th, it tends to be a revered day for most of us dark art-loving weirdos.

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