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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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Emerging Artist Spotlight: A Look at the Work of Bad Museum

Posted by Stephanie Crumley on

It's been interesting to see the changes behind Dark Art & Craft over the last year. One of the most important components to us was not only continuing to post inspiration from the great masters of Dark Art from eras past, but also continuing to support contemporary artists of all experiences and exposures. 

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