Underworld Amusements presents a cut vinyl sticker tribute to Anton Szandor LaVey. These were made in 2008 but then packed away and recently found. They are made of high quality cut vinyl.
Also now available from Underworld Amusements:
ARRIVING LATE NOVEMBER! IMPORT ART BOOK, MANY RARE PHOTOS OF LAVEY FROM OLD SLEAZY MAGAZINES! THIS IS A PRE-ORDER.
During the height of the turned-on 1960s and ’70s Occult explosion, even the under-the-counter men’s magazines got in on the act and began a surreal exploration of the haunting netherworld of Witchcraft and Satanism. This monumental art book reveals a world of diabolical smut that was so compelling and obscure that many people today would actually question whether or not the magazines were real or just an elaborate and detailed modern photo editing invention.
This Ugly Civilization rejects the reign of quantity over quality in both man and machine, along with the concomitant rise of consumerism and groupthink. Above and beyond mere self-sufficiency, Barsodi champions an appreciation of beauty, uniqueness and craftsmanship over the factory conformity being imposed in every sector of life. He has written a pragmatic, poetic and philosophical work that will speak to every thoughtful nonconformist. It represents an early seed of the Green Revolution that continues to promote health, comfort and independence. It is about living a whole, organic life and developing the potential of the individual, the family and the surrounding community.
Dora Marsden (1882 – 1960) burst the chains keeping women from education; burst the chains keeping women from the vote; burst the chains of conservative feminism; burst the chains of philosophy, of time and of language. From her near-anonymous birth, to shouting down Winston Churchill, to pioneering publications, to condemnation to decades in a mental hospital, A Brave and Beautiful Spirit by Dr. Les Garner is the first and foremost record of the life of Dora Marsden. Her journals of literature and philosophy were among the earliest to publish James Joyce, Ezra Pound, H. D., Margaret Storm Jameson and T. S. Eliot. She was described as “the Max Stirner of Feminism.” Her works on philosophy and theology have yet to be answered.
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