Press

Aesthetics of Sickness by Neal Auch

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I'm super excited to have my work featured in the latest book from Heavy Music Artwork: Aesthetics of Sickness. The book will feature not only imagery from yours truly, but also lots of amazing creepy art from lots of amazing artists in addition to interviews with some amazing bands including Cannibal Corpse, Carcass, Napalm Death, and more!

I'm pleased to be able to offer my followers a 15% discount off the book with discount code IWANTGORE15 (the discount is available only for presell).

The link to buy is HERE.

My Work is Featured in the Halloween Issue of Propulsion Magazine by Neal Auch

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I’m honoured to see my works featured in the Halloween issue of Propulsion Magazine. If you’re not familiar with Propulsion, they’re an awesome dark art magazine that feature loads of amazing photographers, visual artists, writers, etc. In their words:

Propulsion Magazine maintains an affinity for alternative/occult related art and works depicting deep themes that invoke strong emotional responses. Propulsion does not shy away from counter culture or taboo topics and depictions. Controversial topics and things that start conversations and create questions are always welcome. We encourage individuality and free thought amongst all included.

Check out the Halloween issue here!

Self Portraits with Pig Organs by Neal Auch

It's just a couple of weeks until the Shadowood Collective's group exhibition Betwixt & Between the Monsters we Dream, and I'm yet again gearing up by sharing some of the images that will be part of the show. 

This diptych consists of two self-portraits, both with pig digestive organ meats.  (That's stomach in the first shot and intestines in the second, for those keeping track of such things.)  These shots are something of a departure for me in that this will mark my first time stepping out from behind the camera and sharing a photo of myself in public.  The idea of temporarily taking on the role of a model was a bit intimidating since I'm generally pretty shy about sharing my own image, the pose here is both revealing and unflattering, and I am absolutely in no way qualified to be a model.  Nevertheless, I decided to push through my initial discomfort and I'm happy that I did.  Indeed, I think a certain amount of discomfort in art is a good thing, and ultimately it was a lot of fun to try something new.  So enjoy the diptych of dick pics!