Art + Design: Weirdo Noir
Like a corpse in a zombie movie, the Goth movement has been resuscitated—stronger, more powerful, and more contagious than ever. From fashion to music, Goth influences have crept into every area of pop culture and nowhere is that influence creepier, more fascinating, and more playful than in the art world.
Weirdo Noir: Gothic and Dark Lowbrow Art showcases the latest and greatest work from 30 Low Brow artists who embrace the dark side. Here is a selection of artwork featured in the book.
Wednesday the Destroyer, 2003
Song of the Raven, 2007
Kickin’ It Old Skool, 2009
Lonely Day, 2008
Luey Skeletal, 2007
Two Chickens in Every Pot, 2007
Leashed Passion, 1996
Senorita Muerte (Lady Death), 2004
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