September 28, 2012

New Goth Links for September 28, 2012


Ad Honorem

Cemetery images and gothic art by Daniela Lexi. The cemeteries photographed include ones in Austria, Switzerland, Boston, New Orleans, London and Italy.

Thomas Kuebler

"Sculptor of the Bizarre." Visit the online gallery to see his Witches and Wise Men, Monsters & Madmen, Beggars & Freaks, Relics & Remains, and Classics & Legends. These are made from silicone and are incredibly detailed. My favorite sculpture here is Madame Orba.

Who Killed Bambi?

This blog seeks out provocative contemporary arts, including visual arts, music, photography, fashion and design. I really enjoy the fascinating finds they share here, and I wish I'd linked to this sooner to help more of you discover it. Current posts include Anatomical heart millinery; paintings by Markus Akesson; a feature on some incredible American Psycho cupcakes; sculptures by Lisa Black; and a peek at a hilarious Ash Chainsaw dress. I can't wait to see what things they find next!


PDX Werewolf

Bryan Dorr's blog on werewolves, published from nearby the Portland Oregon area. The blog features several posts per week on werewolf news, werewolves in the media, upcoming movies and TV shows with werewolf themes, and werewolves in video games.


The Hellfire Club

A horror-themed restaurant and event venue in Manchester, UK. Upcoming events include live bands, a zombie pirate theme night, and of course, a Halloween party. The menu includes soup served in a small cauldron - how cool is that?


The Gatehouse

An online steampunk (and dieselpunk) blog. This is a frequently written blog by someone passionate about the topics. There are posts on video games, convention reviews, info on steampunk horror films, and well thought out articles. You also can download 22 PDF files of "Gatehouse Gazette" magazine issues. Very cool!

Beyond Victoriana

"A multicultural perspective on steampunk." "Steampunk outside of a Western-dominant, Eurocentric framework." The blog focuses on underrepresented minorities in the steampunk genre. Recent posts include a guest post on bringing Asian culture to steampunk; Pirates, Hydrarchy and the Motley Crew; and info on Oklahoma's Octopodicon.


A horror movie review blog with really in-depth posts. Currently featuring The Sect from 1991; 1985's Day of the Dead; and The Ghost from 1963.

Horror World

Nanci Kalanta's very useful site with horror literature industry news. There's a nice library with horror fiction excerpts, a newsletter, chatroom, Pod of Horror, interviews, and columns.

Monster Island Resort

An online radio show that covers horror literature, film, history, and art. Recent shows have honored Stephen King's birthday; commented on recent movie trailers; and discussed fascination with serial killers.


Gothic Romance Forum

Subforums here include gothic classics, gothic book reviews, horror gothic novels, places to discuss American and British gothic authors, and forums for writers of gothic fiction.


Neil Gaiman's The Price

An animated film made by Christopher Salmon. The website features a trailer, and behind-the-scenes looks at the movie as it's being developed.


Super Coven

I'm excited to read this new comic by TenebrousKate. I've been reading her writing on dark topics for years on the net. The first page will come out on October 1st.

Super Coven on Facebook

Super Coven on Twitter


Dem Bones

This shop is currently on vacation unfortunately while the owner attends a convention. Check back to see the gorgeous amazing sugar skulls and El Dia de Los Muertos items sold here. There's really cool stuff, it's worth a repeat visit in a couple days.

Noadi's Art

Cephalopod and science inspired jewelry. There are squid pieces, Lovecraft and Cthulhu items, nautilus jewelry, cuttlefish and specimen jars. The shop also sells some prints and sculptures.

Noadi's Art on Facebook

Haus of Dolls

Rach creates custom one-of-a-kind repainted dolls based on Monster High. Check out her Monster High Hellraiser Cenobite doll and her eerie Wraith doll.

Blood Flowers

"Wicked handmade jewelry for the darkly inclined." I love the jewelry here, it's so gorgeous. They sell necklaces, earrings, and bracelets, plus a few rings and gothic rosaries. Most everything here is red and black, or dark grey. My favorite thing here is the Belladonna lucite drop necklace.

Blood Flowers Jewelry on Facebook

--Copyright 2012 Carrie Carolin

Dark Side of the Net

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for mentioning my blog that was real kind of you! :)