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Slender Man
Slender Man Slender Man

The Slender Man is looking at you...

When man of slender visits you, nothing on earth that one can do. In well he’ll hide, or watery hole and he will eat your mortal soul. ~Jack Goldstein

The Slender Man (also known as Slenderman) is a fictional supernatural character that originated as an Internet meme created by Something Awful forums user Eric Knudsen (a.k.a. "Victor Surge") in 2009. It is depicted as resembling a thin, unnaturally tall man with a blank and usually featureless face, wearing a black suit.

Stories of the Slender Man commonly feature him stalking, abducting or traumatizing people, particularly children.[1] The Slender Man is not confined to a single narrative, but appears in many disparate works of fiction, mostly composed online.[2] Fiction relating to the Slender Man encompasses many media, including literature, art and video series such as Marble Hornets. Outside of online fiction, the Slender Man has had impact on popular culture, having been referenced in the video game Minecraft and generated video games of his own, such as Slender: The Eight Pages and Slender: The Arrival.

Beginning in 2014, a minor moral panic occurred over the Slender Man after readers of his fiction were connected to several violent acts, particularly a near-fatal stabbing in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

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Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School

Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School
Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art School

Dr. Sketchy's Anti-Art school is the world's premier alt.drawing movement. Artists draw glamorous underground performers in an atmosphere of boozy conviviality.

Since 2005, Dr. Sketchy's has been the name in alternative drawing. From illegal flashmobs to the Museum of Modern Art, Dr. Sketchy's has brought artists a rule-breaking cocktail of dames, drinking and drawing. Dr. Sketchy's branches draw in over a hundred cities around the globe, from Akron to Zagreb. Whether you're an artstar or a scribbling newbie, Dr. Sketchy's is the perfect place to get your fill of life-drawing.
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Disce Mori

Julia deVille
Julia deVille Julia deVille

In the art of taxidermy gesture is paramount, hence for sculptor Julia deVille the most considered aspect of creation is composing her subjects to find a balance between pathos, humour and dignified realism.

Arriving in Australia from New Zealand on the cusp of adulthood, deVille trained as a jeweller and learned further crafting skills studying shoe design before her long hunt for a taxidermy mentorship was successful. Driven by a strong commitment to animal rights, deVille’s sculptural assemblages belie the heroic, trophy-hunting culture associated with mounting dead animals. In a form of gentle protest she combines precious gems and metals with antique ‘ready-mades’ to challenge our disregard for and consumption of both wild and domesticated fauna.

Drawing on Renaissance, Baroque and Victorian art and ideas, deVille creates contemporary ‘memento mori’ that raise our curiosity through the use of paradoxical processes and materials. While all deVille’s creatures have died a natural death, they live on as beautiful and compelling allegories, begging a reflection on our symbiotic but decidedly unequal relationship with the animal world and our cavalier disregard for mortality in general.
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The Bone Room

The Bone Room
The Bone Room The Bone Room

The web's premiere natural history store, The Bone Room specializes in natural science and all things once living. The Bone Room is the place to come for real bones, genuine fossils, quality bone and fossil replicas, native & exotic insects, and all manner of weird and wonderful things.
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Sarina Brewer

Sarina Brewer
Sarina Brewer Sarina Brewer

Artist and naturalist Sarina Brewer recycles the natural into the unnatural, breathing new life into the animals she resurrects. While earning her BFA from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design she worked predominantly with found objects, most of which were animal remains. Over the years preparing these animal remains for use in her sculpture and abstract paintings slowly evolved into taxidermy. She volunteers her skills in the biology department of the Science Museum of Minnesota and is also engaged in various natural history related projects for other educational institutions and museums. She is a strong proponent of wildlife conservation who also participates in wildlife rescue and rehabilitation in her spare time.
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Reliquary Impressions

Reliquary Impressions
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Come check out our Sideshow Gaffs, Mummified Skulls, and Unique Oddities that are must haves for every macabre collector!

Specializing in the obscure, we strive for excellence by holding our product to a very high standard. It takes extensive hours to create one mummified skull and tireless effort to paint one of our oil paintings, because we want you, our client, to have the best quality work possible. All of our pieces are meant to be displayed, in your home or office, as a work of art.Here at Reliquary Impressions we take pride in our unique and obscure creations of mummified skulls, oddities and oil paintings, and by owning a one of a kind R.i. piece, we hope you will too.
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moreHuman Agency

moreHuman Agency
moreHuman Agency moreHuman Agency

We find the beautiful, the unusual, and the interesting for advertising and creative projects.

Our people are not playing dress-up, they live their characters genuinely. moreHuman Agency finds people that are beautiful, talented, unusual, and always unique for creative projects, advertising, TV and film, across the whole of Europe.

We proudly represent, Burlesquers, Drag Queens, Singers, Dancers, Tattooed, Pierced, Freak-show, Fire Breathers, Clowns, Magicians, and Trans-Gender, amongst many others.
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I Will Pray
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