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A Bar Full of Horrors?

H.P. Lovecraft is known for his sub culture of horror , but also for his bar too? The American author became so popular in Portland, Oregon that they have a dance bar dedicated too him. Funny enough Lovecraft was from … Continue reading

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Death’s Doll

The mummification process has been happening for about 5,000-7,000 years at this point in time, and after all of that practice we have managed to preserve humans and animals so that they are considered “art” in museums. Although we have … Continue reading

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Creepy Little Art

  When I first started this blog, I went through Twitter excessively trying to find strange things, and one of them that I came to admire is one that came to me.¬†Forgotten Boneyard¬†is an artist that I am very proud … Continue reading

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Strange Supernodes

In class we have looked up supernode blogs, and I tried to find a supernode through twitter, but there were none that stuck out to me overall that I did not already follow so I quickly started stumbling through blogs … Continue reading

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Crystal Healing Editing

When I was told that we would be editing Wikipedia pages as an assignment I started to understand why all those years teachers and professors had said that “Wikipedia is not a credible source”. Once we started getting into talking … Continue reading

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Bone Palaces

Last night I was watching Oddities: San Francisco which features the shop Loved to Death. The owners of the shop were helping a customer who wanted something to remind him of his old pal his organ grinding monkey. While trying … Continue reading

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Here, there, Cadavers Everywhere!

Recently I went and visited the Animals Inside Out exhibit at the Perot in Dallas, and this made me curious as the what other art and science there was with cadavers. I stumbled upon the idea of corpse art, which … Continue reading

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