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Monsu Desiderio: 40 Paintings By An Art Enigma

by Monsu Desiderio

Monsu Desiderio was the 17th century art enigma whose epic and phantasmic canvases are now believed to be the collaborative work of two or more Naples-based artists, principally Francois de Nome. De Nome/Desiderio's...


Horrors Of War (Volume 1): Death, Atrocity And Battle Card Art

by Various Artists

Bayoneted, beheaded, blasted to bits by bombs - death and bloody carnage were the highlights of the infamous 1938 trading card series "Horrors Of War", which depicted alternating scenes from three contemporary...


Rapid Eye 2: The Plague Yard

by Simon Dwyer

RAPID EYE was the seminal British counter-culture journal founded in 1979 by journalist Simon Dwyer. Dwyer's classic RAPID EYE articles are now issued in three special ebook editions. Volume 2 contains "The...


Rapid Eye 1: From Atavism To Zyklon B

by Simon Dwyer

RAPID EYE was the seminal British counter-culture journal founded in 1979 by journalist Simon Dwyer. Dwyer's classic RAPID EYE articles are now issued in three special ebook editions. Volume 1 includes an in-depth...


Rapid Eye 3: From Wasteland To Utopia

by Simon Dwyer

RAPID EYE was the seminal British counter-culture journal founded in 1979 by journalist Simon Dwyer. Dwyer's classic RAPID EYE articles are now issued in three special ebook editions. Volume 3 includes in-depth...


Sadism And Surrealism: The Marquis de Sade and the Surrealists

by Candice Black

The Marquis de Sade (1740-1814) was one of the key figures identified by André Breton in his Surrealist Manifestos as inspirational to the whole Surrealist movement. Sade's importance to the Surrealists and...


Naked By Night: Vintage Burlesque Poses

by Jean Le Baptiste

NAKED BY NIGHT is a special ebook collection of 50 vintage burlesque poses from the 1950s and 1960s, featuring classic photographs of glamour girls, showgirls and strippers. The golden age stars on view range...


Taiheiki Warriors: Classic Ukiyo-e Designs

by Utagawa Kuniyoshi & Utagawa Yoshiiku

The Taiheiki, a 14th-century war epic presenting scenes from the Nanboku-cho period (1334-1392), is one of the key works of early Japanese literature. The book was first popularized in Japanese art by musha-e...


Art, Riot, Terror: The 60s Tokyo Avant-Garde: Mishima, Hijikata, Oshima

by Stephen Barber

This book explores the unique and volatile art scene of 1960s Tokyo, and its connections to the culture of violent rioting and street-protest which developed across that decade, in intimate contact with avant-garde...


Un Chien Andalou: A Film By Luis Bunuel & Salvador Dali

by Robert Short

UN CHIEN ANDALOU (1929) is the first classic of underground cinema, a ferocious assault of mutilation, madness and multiple manias set in the fractured framework of a nightmare. Ants, rotting donkeys, severed...


The Massacre Game: Pasolini: Terminal Film, Text, Words

by Stephen Barber

Pier Paolo Pasolini's final year of life before his brutal murder is an extreme, intensive and accumulating period. While propelling himself into a position of polemical violence and political danger with his...


Torture Demons: Japanese Hell Paintings

by Akai Jigoku

The Jigoku-zoshi ("Hell Scrolls") and similar documents from the 12th century onwards are amongst the earliest, and bloodiest, accounts of human carnage in Japanese art. Victims are burned, drowned in blood...


L'Age D'Or: A Film By Luis Bunuel & Salvador Dali

by Robert Short

L'AGE D'OR (1929), the second film by Surrealists Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dalí, remains as shocking now as on its debut with its images of sexual mania, violence, cruelty, filth, and wanton destruction. It...


Gathering of the Tribe: Music and Heavy Conscious Creation

by Mark Goodall

This is a fascinating overview of music's intriguing and enduring relationship with the dark side. Much of the music discussed in Gathering Of The Tribe deals with the special power of sound and tone. Frank...


Offbeat: British Cinema's Curiosities, Obscurities and Forgotten Gems

by Julian Upton

Critics may sing from an over familiar hymn sheet of so-called ‘cult films', but there remains an epoch of British cinema still awaiting discovery that is every bit as provocative and deserving of attention....


Trashfiend: Disposable Horror Fare of the 1960s & 1970s

by Scott Stine

A loving look at "disposable” horror culture from the 1960s and 1970s. Over two glorious decades the horror film waged war on good taste, exploiting every taboo and bursting every envelope along the way....


Freaks: A Film By Tod Browning

by Jack Hunter

FREAKS (1932) is the sensational horror movie that dared to use real-life "human anomalies" in its tale of greed, betrayal and retribution in a travelling carnival. Dwarfs, pinheads, and the limbless are just...


Maniac Eyeball: The Unspeakable Confessions Of Salvador Dali

by Salvador Dali & Andre Parinaud

Maniac Eyeball contains the frank and uncensored confessions of Salvador Dalí, from his childhood and first adolescent sexual experiences to his emergence as a painter, Surrealist, and eventually the most famous...


Speed Destruction Noise War: Futurist Manifestos 1909-15

by F.T. Marinetti & Luigi RUSSOLO

Founded in 1909 by the Italian writer Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, Futurism was a radical art and social movement that glorified modernistic concepts of speed, destruction, noise, machines, cities and war. Marinetti's...


Artaud: The Screaming Body: Film, Drawings, Recordings 1924-1948

by Stephen Barber

Antonin Artaud (1896-1948) remains one of the most inspirational, provocative and challenging figures in world-wide contemporary culture. His trajectory extends from the Surrealist movement, to the Theatre of...