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“A Place Both Wonderful And Strange” – Geography through a Goth lens

The TV adaption of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed fantasy novel American Gods has been unreal and amazing so far. It would be so easy to mangle this complex combination of subtle themes and sly allusions, but Starz seem to have come … Continue reading

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Gourmet Goth: Enjoy a Monochrome Meal

Scientists are working feverishly to generate an entire meal in only the darkest hues, to perfect that Goth dining experience. In the past you’ve been able to snack on black burgers, and move onto sweet treats such as charcoal-infused ice-cream … Continue reading

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Scene of the Dead: Black Lipstick and Recycling

You can read a fantastic history of black lipstick here, that addresses its origins from Pharaoh’s Egypt through Maori culture and Hollywood’s genesis, to the early Punk and Goth scenes where it gained a foothold as a staple of appearance … Continue reading

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