The Process Church of the Final Judgement

A Sixties Movement with a Very Far-Reaching Influence… by GARY LACHMAN In 1963, two people met at the L Ron Hubbard Institute of Scientology on Fitzroy Street, London. They were both studying to be ‘auditors’. Based on his earlier system of Dianetics, ‘auditing’ was Hubbard’s method of discovering and eliminating ‘engrams,’ the psychic residue from past […]

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John Dyer Baizley

An Interview About His Artwork Process  posted by MICHAEL WEIGMAN for METAL INJECTION It’s time for the next installment in the Metal Injection artist series, Artists in Metal and it’s a big one! got a chance to speak with John Dyer Baizley, one of the most renowned visual artists in the metal/hardcore community and the vocalist/guitarist of Baroness! […]

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ZÏLON N0 ENTRY

Depanneur (Fear) Closed 24/24 Hours/ 7/7 Days/Week FOREVER (NO ENTRY MIX) Images of ZÏLON at the Montréal Mural Festival  ( Landmark ) of  / Mural an abandoned building (which one day will be destroyed to make place for one of those beautiful but sterile condos) / Photos: ZÏLON , G.A. De Homa and Stephanie Allaire ”The building is located at the corner of St-Dominique & Marie – Anne street, Montreal. […]

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OZ Magazine

  Controversial Magazine of the 60s Now Online! by Chitra Ramaswamy  It was 1967: birth of the Summer of Love as well as a magazine that would become the icon – and the enfant terrible – of the underground press. Produced in a basement flat off Notting Hill Gate, Oz was soon renowned for psychedelic covers by […]

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Post-Mortem Photography

Sleeping Beauties By today’s standards the practice of post-mortem photography (also known as memorial portraiture or mourning portrait) might be considered somehow creepy but once put in its proper context, it will come out as a completely different picture. Post-mortem photography is the taking of a photograph of a deceased loved one and was a normal part of American and […]

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The Wisdom of Innocence

TARA MCPHERSON’S INSOMNIAC LUMINATIONS Tara McPherson is an artist based out of New York City. Creating art about people and their odd ways, her characters seem to exude an idealized innocence with a glimpse of hard earned wisdom in their galactic eyes. Recalling myths and legends, issues from childhood and good old life experience, she creates […]

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The Trouble with Angels 

Ray Caesar Ray Caesar says that issues with his father contributed to the arrival of Harry, an “alternate,” when he was 10. The boy is disguised as a girl in Caesar’s art, and remains present in his daily life as an alter ego. “Harry is beyond anger – he enjoys it,” says Caesar. “My job is […]

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The Lalibela Churches

The City of Priests and Rock-Hewn Churches Lalibela is a town in northern Ethiopia famous for monolithic rock-cut churches. Lalibela is one of Ethiopia’s holiest cities. The population of Lalibela is almost completely Ethiopian Orthodox Christian. Ethiopia is one of the earliest nations to adopt Christianity in the first half of the fourth century, and […]

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Black Flag

Raymond Pettibon/The Art of  A documentary looks at the creation of one of the most tattooed logo in punk rock and the artist behind Black Flag: Raymond Pettibon Created and directed by rock archivist Bryan Ray Turcotte with photographer Bo Bushnell, the first instalment of ‘The Art of Punk’ begins with Black Flag founding members Keith Morris and […]

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