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Andi Harriman Breaks Down Eighties Goth for Morbid Anatomy Museum
1 month ago by Dianca Potts
Brooklyn-based writer and DJ Andi Harriman’s lifelong love for all things goth began with two things: Depeche Mode and a used CD store. “I grew up in rural Virginia in the middle of nowhere, so I would go to the used CD stores a lot...
MY WHOLE LIFE IS A DARK ROOM
2 months ago by Heather Baysa
Like Robert Smith's hair, the history of the goth aesthetic is wild, tangled, and probably dyed black. So how did we children of the night go from quiet, monochromatic, and — admit it — kind of chic vamps (here's looking...
Vendors at Brooklyn's Morbid Flea Market Embrace the Weird
4 months ago by Natalie Fertig
The Morbid Anatomy Spring Flea Market at the Morbid Anatomy Museum (424-A Third Avenue) in Brooklyn was born from French expat Laetitia Barbier's memories of hitting up flea markets on Sundays in Paris, which were full of all sorts ...