Art, Stuff

MEL ODOM – “GORGEOUS” SHOW IN NYC

You sure know Mel Odom, from his stunning illustrations that have been published on book covers and by major publishers internationally. His passion for art, illustrations, beauty and dolls, combined with a melancholy feeling make Mel one of the most unique and fascinating artists you will ever come across. If you are lucky enough to […]

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Art, NSFW

Archie Fitzgerald

Archie Fitzgerald is turning into a DRECK magazine obsession, having been featured more than once. From England to Berlin to Melbourne, this is one genius artist whose work is so mind-blowingly fucked up it gets you really hooked. The inspiration behind it partly explains that: serial killers, pedophiles, rapists, internet freaks, anything wrong in people’s […]

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Photography

SAUVAGE

By Katlijn Blanchaert “Exposing your dark side doesn’t frighten me, hiding it does.” Wandering through life with an overwhelming inner turmoil and unstopable curiosity, the beneath- the- surface- mood takes a central place in the explorations of nature’s dark side and personal obsessions. Delving down into the subconscious, beyond the daily context, with an affinity […]

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Art, Photography

Martin Sabino

Do a painting and a hook up have anything in common? Actually, they do. They could either be the inspiration for one of Martin Sabino’s emotionally and visually loaded pieces. Starting out with his mother’s camera, he can now not see himself being anything but a photographer and looking at his work we are more […]

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Art, Photography

Adam Spiegelman

Adam Spiegelman is a New York based artist whose work focuses on the effects of isolation, loneliness, and fear within contemporary urban landscapes. His work is largely confessional in nature, and implicates his experiences with trauma, mental illness, and addiction. How did you get interested in photography in the first place? I first became interested […]

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Photography

With All This Darkness Round Me I Feel Less Alone

By Lucie Khahoutian Lucie Khahoutian is an Armenian visual artist. Until recently she used to mainly work through collages but recently started to do photographic projects. Her latest work is about seclusion and dementia, and is very much influenced by Sergei Paradjanov’s imagery and Samuel Beckett’s Endgame. “At the crossroads of religious rituals and psychotic behaviors, […]

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Art

Evanescent

Pasquale de Sensi is a collage artist who knows how to cut out and glue strange beauty back together. Initially interested in collages for their marginal context he soon discovered that through his work he could recreate entire worlds of elaborate dreams and nightmares.  How did you discover your passion for collage work? Collage is […]

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Events

Exploring Queer Space

  Artists: Cristy C. Road and Luis Carle   Location: ROGUE SPACE CHELSEA 508-526 West 26 Street, room 9E-9F New York, NY. New York, NY (5 December 2016)– From December 28, 29 and 30, at The Rogue Space Chelsea  New York, NY) will be showcasing visual works by illustrator Cristy C. Road and Photographer Luis […]

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Art, Photography

Luna Luis Ortiz -portraits until I die

Luna Luis Ortiz was born into art with a father whom had a fondness for photography in New York City 1972. Ortiz always had a flair for arts with drawing and painting. In 1986, he was infected with HIV at the age of 14 from his first sexual experience. Thereafter he picked up one of […]

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Art

TOTAL DESTRUCCIÓN (2016)

A film by Alexan Kevork Sarikamichian Alexan Sarikamichian, born and raised in Argentina, began his career as a producer with more than 10 short films such as “La Donna” and “Pude ver un Puma” which got nominated in The Cannes Film Festival. He also produced feature films such as “Juana a las 12”, “Paula”, “Juan Meisen […]

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Events

Marigo Carmen -“Jardin de los Dioses y los Titanes”

DRECK magazine was at“Jardin de los Dioses y los Titanes” (translating to “Garden of the Gods and the Monsters”), which was the latest exhibition of visual artist Marigo Carmen. The space of Polimichano Café Teatral was the nest in which Marigo built her sanctuary. According to the Myth, young Dionysus was dismembered by the Titans, […]

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