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The Duc De L’Omlette by Edgar Allan Poe

1850 THE DUC DE L’OMLETTE by Edgar Allan Poe And stepped at once into a cooler clime. Cowper KEATS fell by a criticism. Who was it died of “The Andromache”?* Ignoble souls!- De L’Omelette perished of an ortolan. L’histoire en est breve. Assist me, Spirit of Apicius! *Montfleury. The author of the Parnasse Reforme makes […]

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November ’13: Mitchellnolte

  The featured artist of november is Mitchellnolte! Do you want to know more? Find an exclusive interview with her HERE. Released only for DarK!      

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Liransz

liransz name: Liran surname: Szeiman year of birth: 1981 country: Spain   Q1: When did you start making art? Since I was little. It was a long journey of learning and discovery to find the right medium for me and find a style that I could call mine. Q2: What does inspire you? I find […]

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Mitchellnolte

Mitchellnolte   name: Mitchell surname: Nolte year of birth: 1981 country: Australia   Q1: When did you start making art? I have been drawing all my life, though I stopped doing it for a period of 7 years or so while I went through the confused and drawing mill of university. I returned to it […]

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Maxime Taccardi

Maxime Taccardi   name: Taccardi surname: Maxime year of birth: 12/12/1982 country: France     Q1: When did you start making art? I started early. As a kid, i was drawing a lot, always about monsters and darkness. That subject never left me. I studied art in college, I did a master and i’m teaching art […]

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Skrill

Skirill name: Kirill surname: Semenov year of birth: 1981 country: Russia     Q1: When did you start making art? I started to draw since I was able to handle the pencil, since 3or 4 years old. It’s difficult to say that was art But I can’t say when I made my first work which could […]

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The domain of Arnheim

1850 THE DOMAIN OF ARNHEIM by Edgar Allan Poe The garden like a lady fair was cut, That lay as if she slumbered in delight, And to the open skies her eyes did shut. The azure fields of Heaven were ‘sembled right In a large round, set with the flowers of light. The flowers de […]

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George Griefy & Alexander Varelidis

George Griefy & Alexander Varelidis names: George Griefy, Alexander Varelidis year of birth: 13/05/1993, 10/06/1993 country: Greece   Q1:When did you start making art? We started taking photos two years ago. However, we have experimented with other mediums such as drawing or handmade jewelry in the past. Q2: what does inspire you? Our inspiration comes […]

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Diddling Considered as One of the Exact Sciences by Edgar Allen Poe

1850 DIDDLING Considered as One of the Exact Sciences by Edgar Allen Poe Hey, diddle diddle The cat and the fiddle SINCE the world began there have been two Jeremys. The one wrote a Jeremiad about usury, and was called Jeremy Bentham. He has been much admired by Mr. John Neal, and was a great […]

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The devil in the belfry by Edgar Allan Poe

THE DEVIL IN THE BELFRY by Edgar Allan Poe What o’clock is it? Old Saying. EVERYBODY knows, in a general way, that the finest place in the world is- or, alas, was- the Dutch borough of Vondervotteimittiss. Yet as it lies some distance from any of the main roads, being in a somewhat out-of-the-way situation, […]

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