Dark Art

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Draconis Blackthorne: Halloween 2019

Draconis Blackthorne: Malefick Memories and Noctuarium

This Unholy Helloween… The keys of sulphur & brimstone unlock the tomes, opening The Gates of The Abyss! Parting to possess the shadows of the mind. Upon their infernal summoning, daemons unleashed upon devilwinds amidst hellfire to the furthest corners of The Black Earth! Malefick Memoires by various Satanists, subjects include misanthropy, social commentary, science, humor, blasphemy, poetry, total environments, adventures, Lesser & Greater Magic, rituals, philosophy, psychology, interviews, experiments, technology, politics, and more! A veritable Devil’s Diary scapbook-style compendium! Two volumes of several issues each, one after another are presented in their original entirety under one book cover! Volume […]

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Valentin Schwarz  Artist, Musician & Filmmaker  For many years in the underground, and yet always visible. Now his newly redesigned website is online and a fine sight. Come in and experience insights into his creations over these years. Or let us speak for ourselves: “This document is a true psychosis—your parasomnia with all its facets to be exact: Inconsistency, delusions and hallucinations of such. The moment you doubt the meaning of these creations and that value, you are stricken.” HS! Reverend Valentin Schwarzwww.valentin-schwarz.ch

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CLUB MIDNYTE Club Midnyte is a brand new magazine devoted to all dark creativity: pop culture, music, art, the strange, the unusual, and the just not normal. For the debut issue the publisher invited Hydra M. Star to sit in as the “Guest Mortician” for what will become a regular column in the magazine centered around individuals’ relationships with and attitudes towards death and dying. Also in this issue, you will find a never before read poem from the pen of Robert J. Leuthold. Print / Digital

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MORTENSEN ON MONSTER BRAINS MONSTER BRAINS has posted a fine selection of images by William Mortensen, along with a brief biography and links to resources provided by Mortensen collector and expert Stephen Romano. As always, the artistry of Mortensen’s striking hand-crafted prints examining dark aspects of history and beliefs will intrigue and inspire. Tour this gallery and feast your eyes!

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WARLOCK A.W. STORM ANDERSON in GOTHIC BEAUTY #50 Gothic Beauty Magazine’s latest release, issue #50 features a fangtastic, four page spread about Warlock A.W. Storm Anderson, his dark artwork, Storm Artworks, and Halloween and horror influences! Get your digital copy and check out the article today at: http://www.gothicbeauty.com/sh…/back-issues/digital-issue-50

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The Devil & Andy Howl: The Rad Dad Radio Hour podcast The Devils Reign publisher, Andy Howl interviewed on The Rad Dad Radio Hour podcast, episode 23.  Topics include The Devils Reign art book series,  Satanism,  Howl Gallery/Tattoo, tattoo culture, and The Walking Dead season premier. From the podcast: “Happy Halloween, Folks! This week The Rad Dads welcome Andy Howl, Owner of Howl Gallery and creator of the evil art project "The Devil’s Reign”. Andy joins us to talk about The Church of Satan, putting rumors to rest and enlightening us on the anti-religion itself. Andy bring us an insight […]

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Trigger Warning: Exploring the Wasteland with Fine Artist V Holeček  V Holeček’s pencil drawings and acrylic paintings evoke an other-worldly realm that is earthy and engrossing. His darkly surreal landscapes are deliciously organic but filled with post-apocalyptic-dystopian wrecks and outsized bones and skulls littering the environment…He creates these arresting bastardisations of classic images, with targets including a portraiture of a Renaissance style angelic woman who is afflicted with a pig’s snout, trotters, and the absence of eyes (in Das Tierdrama). There is also George Washington with black anime-proportioned eyes and tentacles (in In His House at V’rnon, Dead Washingthulu Waits […]

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Harry O. Morris: Artist’s Portfolio An utterly exquisite compendium of the magical imagery of Harry O. Morris. This hardcover volume makes for a codex tenebrarum of Morris’ visionary surrealism, assembled in a handsomely wrought book. Aficionados of elegantly rendered surrealist vistas will treasure this comprehensive assembly of work by this major artist.  Collected within are images wrought for our own publications GRUE, NARCOPOLIS, as well as THE BLACK FLAME, for which he crafted a haunting portrait of Anton Szandor LaVey. Morris will intrigue, disturb and beguile you with his powerful images. —Magus Peter H. Gilmore From the Amazon description: Harry O. […]

Draconis Blackthorne: The Shadow Gallery

As of last Friday the 13th, the “Black” version of the Codex Tenebrae has been released, which is presented in black & white print throughout as an alternative to the previously released full-color version. Please visit this page to see more and order your copy. And if you are an aficionado of Warlock Blackthorne’s work, don’t miss his music (with Dorian Gray) and art on the new Church of Satan Downloads page. And you’ll find new items available in his Zazzle store as well.

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Valentin Schwarz — new paintings. Visit his newly updated web site for visual, musical and video art exploring dark realms of expression.

STEPHEN ROMANO GALLERY

In the DUMBO arts area of Brooklyn at 111 Front Street you will find The Stephen Romano Gallery spaces. Romano is passionate about art that comes from a dark perspective, pieces often originating from magical thinking with elements that embody diabolical, grotesque and horrific modes of expression. Currently he has three artists in his main space. First are the exquisite, one-of-a-kind prints by William Mortensen. His pieces are small in size and meticulously wrought with imagery that sweeps from the romantic to the ghastly. Viewing them in person one can contemplate the subtle, painterly aspects of these remarkable prints. Romano […]