An artist who works with photomanipulations and digital art. Check out her gorgeous sepia gallery.
Currently best known for his intricate, lacy crania sculptures. So gorgeous!
Released on August 14 for the PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation. Play Death and ride your horse "Despair" on grim dark missions. A much awaited sequel to the original Darksiders from 2010.
Karyn Cantor's shop of cool jewelry: rings, earrings, necklaces, belt buckles, barrettes, and cufflinks. There are also accessories such as money clips. The jewelry here is quite unusual - there are neat shadow box pendants, lockets, and Victorian frame pins.
This talented photographer specializes in graveyard and dark gothic horror photography. Her galleries include horror portraits and graveyard prints you can buy. She also sells gothic jewelry she's designed.
"Makeup, alternative culture, life and kids." Here's a blog I really enjoy stopping by. Lady Bethezda blogs about her cosmetics (including pics of how awesome her makeup looks when she's done), participates in goth challenges and The Professor's homework assignments, shares Face of the Day posts, and features the occasional interesting guest post.
The Queen of the Damned
An Australian goth helps you keep tabs on her life, and shares news on goth events in Melbourne. She's currently participating in The Professor's monthly homework, showing some pieces from her wardrobe, and sharing some of her makeup finds.
Meagan Kyla's blog. She's a professional fashion stylist, who also happens to like to blog about shopping for alternative fashion on a budget. Currently she's blogging about peplum, being featured in Auxiliary Magazine, and blogging about Under the Weather chic. I think you'll really enjoy this blog!
The Crow and the Powderpuff
Ladycrowx's blog with tons of makeup/cosmetics reviews, tutorials and updates. Currently blogging about a cool Zodiac: Aquarius Face of the Day, a review of Glamour Doll Eyes' Summer collection, and a fabulous tutorial on royal icing using Sugarpill cosmetics. I so appreciate that in every post, she includes info on exactly which products she used, and a closeup of her eye makeup as well as a full face shot. If you enjoy cosmetic artistry, you're going to get hooked on this blog!
"Twisted Princess" blogs about goth fashion, goth back-to-school shopping, The Cure, and other gothy topics.
Mute the Silence
Magda blogs about the macabre, the Victorian aesthetic, the Edwardian era, and dark gothic style.
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