Cyclic Press & Krist Mort

I smiled to myself when I heard the news that the phenomenal Cyclic Law Records had established a new publishing division. Cylic Press opened up the company with a publication from Austrian artist Krist Mort. The publication entitled 'Inlumaeh' features 90 pages of photography and an exclusive CD from Russian project Lamia Vox.

Arctic Blue

A  flash fiction piece from my upcoming book 'In the hours of Darkness - writings about death and dying.' Arctic Blue I feed you a handful of pancakes and kiss the white, silky top of your head, while you carefully munch. The pancakes are soft, they have to be, and you make so little noise.… Continue reading Arctic Blue

Animal Skeleton Pillows

'Come on over and check out my room. I have pillows with animal skeletons on them...' is what I would say if I had these beauties casually strewn across my bed. Who would have thought that someone would one day think, 'you know what? I'm going to make a pillow with the skeleton of a… Continue reading Animal Skeleton Pillows

I’ll Take It Black

  Sometimes, mugs come along which scream to be bought, and scream even louder to be filled with scalding hot beverages. This is one such mug. Nicole Pangas Ceramics has found the way to my heart through stonewear. This colossal cup can hold nearly 500 ml and was made using a high fire white stoneware… Continue reading I’ll Take It Black

Creepified Taxidermy

One day, in the not too distant future, I will have a house which will be famed for its weirdness. It will be a house people in the local supermarket will talk about under their breaths, as they wait at the meat counter for their ham to be sliced. It will be the kind of… Continue reading Creepified Taxidermy

The Alure Of The Disembowled

The importance of anatomical models cannot be overstated in the education of medical professionals, but these learning tools have not always been so… clinical. Behold, the “Anatomical Venus,” idealized female forms first popularized in 18th century Europe, intended for the education of both medical students and a curious public (men and women were most often… Continue reading The Alure Of The Disembowled