November 25th, 2014
I think I’ve found my favorite Instagram account of all time :: OMGLITERALLYDEAD. Its brilliant mockery knows no bounds.
November 18th, 2014
UK artist Jamie Avis spent four days and ten gel pens illustration this silk coat by hand. Amazing.
November 12th, 2014
One of Haute Macabre’s favorite Tumblrs, Now This is Gothic, released Some Wear Leather Some Wear Lace: The Worldwide Compendium of Postpunk and Goth in the 1980s, a collection of select images from their incredible collection of throwback images of Goths in the 80s. We featured the Tumblr blog once before, and are still deeply in […]
November 7th, 2014
The collective vision of Jamie Mooers and Bill Crisafi has birthed the newly re-launched Burial Ground, with its inaugural lookbook, Way of the Mystic, photographed by Courtney Brooke Hall of Light Witch. Burial Ground is forged over a fascination with occultism, magic, spirituality, and a deep nostalgia and adoration of old New England. The material […]
October 31st, 2014
It’s easy to forgot that Halloween is actually supposed to be terrifying, what with all the plastic drugstore witches and drunk sexy nurses and Netflix’ endless movies about college coeds you didn’t like anyhow getting bumped off in interesting ways. So here’s some Alfred Kubin, to wash all those simpering plastic skeletons out of your […]
October 28th, 2014
This winter welcomes an incredible exhibit to the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC : Death Becomes Her: A Century of Mourning Attire. Exploring the aesthetic development and cultural implications of mourning fashions of the 19th and early 20th centuries with approximately 30 ensembles, it reveals the impact of high-fashion standards […]
October 10th, 2014
Ethereal – Bodies, Ritual and Desire, by Janet Parker – Smith, Claude Jones, & Cleo Gardiner “Hidden” is an annual sculpture exhibit put on by the Rookwood Cemetery, Australia’s largest graveyard. The exhibit serves as a sort of community outreach, showing people that cemeteries are beautiful, interesting places worth visiting for more than funerals. […]