Lilly Piri

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Gerhard Human, “Those Who Wander.”

Illustrator Gerhard Human (Previously on Supersonic) produced nine new illustrations for the group show “Those Who Wander" which opens this Friday, July 25th at Salon91 Contemporary Art in Cape Town, South Africa.  Check out more of the smartly styled work below:

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Illustrations by RLoN

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Sing it Dolly

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(via 500px / Overjoyed Baby Monkey by Tobias de Haan)

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Armadillo playing x

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(via Crania Anatomica Filigre: Me to You by Joshua Harker — Kickstarter)

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Kaori Kobayashi

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Mary Iverson

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League of Legends Cinematic: A New Dawn

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Never seek permission to live a spooky life. It is your right, it is within your ability.

You are the cemetery gate keeper to the boneyard surrounding your heart.

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Jeremy Tinder

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30 Essential Songs From The Golden Era Of Emo

Ask anyone old enough to drink what they think emo is, and you’ll get about as many different responses as people willing to answer. They’ll just about all be right, too (if is any kind of reference, anyway). Everyone’s nebulous identification and loose understanding of the genre is both its best and worst quality — emo is just so damn personal. No matter if you credit Rites Of Spring or My Chemical Romance for introducing raw, bleeding-heart emotions into the lexicon of punk and hardcore, the bands you listen to and define as “real emo” are undoubtedly among the most important to ever appear in your life. And yet there was indeed a solid stretch of time, roughly under a decade, when everyone who cared to could wholeheartedly agree on what the hell emo actually was, and they could not get enough of it. I like to refer to this as the Golden Era of Emo. Starting in the early ’90s and sputtering out just after the turn of the century, it was an exciting period for underground punk and hardcore scenes. The Golden Era gave emo its unequivocally best songs, and it also birthed a number of bands and artists who would go on to become both huge commercial successes and revered darlings of independent music. This wasn’t when the term “emotional hardcore” was coined, nor was it when emo became a household word; this was that perfect pocket of time when a specific kind of unabashedly earnest rock was able to incubate out of the spotlight and thrive amongst a tight-knit group of eager and unjaded peers…

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Alejandro Sordi

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Announcing dates for our 2014 Fall #LoveDeathImmortality Tour with special guests The M Machine and Chrome Sparks. Fan club tickets go on sale Wed Jul 23rd at 10:00am EST. Find a show at
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