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The Haunted Cabinet sold on ebay (link is available for a limited time)

Mark Ryden
is an artist completely fascinated with Christina Ricci, meat, bunnies and Abe Lincoln. The artwork is truly stunning and you never tire of its warped surrealism.

Check out Anima Mundi: Art Of Mark Ryden published by Last Gasp.

The Old Operating Theatre, Museum and Herb Garret
When touring London, this museum is a must-see and exists extremely off-the-beaten-path. Curator and Herb Archivist Karen Howell provides in-depth information on the collection of 19th Century medical instruments used by the surgeons in amputations, trephination, bleeding, and child-birth. It's easy to find the museum, just watch for signs leading to the museum from the London Bridge tube station.
The Herb Garret has been restored in the roof as part of the Old Operating Museum.
Lectures and poetry readings are also held in the Old Operating Theatre.

photo #1 of the Operating Theater and photo #2 of the Operating Theater.

Museum of Jurassic Technology

I recommend this place if stuck in Los Angeles and it's worth the trip to Culver City. The best exhibit is The Telling of the Bees as well as the miniatures.

Mutter Museum

English guide to the Le Musee Fragonard

The Official site for the Fragonard Museum (French)

H.R. Giger Gallery

John Bergin's Grinder

Robert Gregory Griffeth
Go straight to a picture entitled "The Sinister Mind"

Head Hunter Gallery



Complete Listing of Current or Upcoming Gallery Openings in San Francisco

Culture Cache is a really fun gallery on 17th and Bryant Streets in San Francisco.

New Langton Arts

Cartoon Art Museum of San Francisco located at 655 Mission Street at New Montgomery and Third Streets. The current exhibits are HATE MAIL: Comic Strip Controversies and She Draws Comics: Great Women Cartoonists

My Cat Hates You

Winston Smith

Forrest J. Ackerman, the man who coined the term "sci-fi"
Ackermansion is now closed so only the virtual museum is available. Unfortunately, Ackerman has to sell most of his sci-fi and horror memorabilia to pay for medical expenses.

Womb of Creation

American Museum of Natural History in New York City
Body Art: Marks of Identity

House of Whacks
Latex apparel tastefully displayed

Steve Diet Goedde
Fetish Photography

The Burns Archive is a must-see site with historical vintage photographs. The Burns collection has been the subject of several excellent books from Burns Press, including Sleeping Beauty: Memorial Photography in America and Sleeping Beauty II: Grief, Bereavement and the Family in Memorial Photography, Masterpieces of Medical Photography, and Harm's Way: Lust and Madness, Murder and Mayhem.

Death in America Photo Gallery

Death in America is a PBS documentary inspired by Sleeping Beauty, a collection of memorial and post-mortum photographs dating from the mid 19th century.

Lindsey Kuhn Posters. Here are some of my favorite posters from 1994:
Girls Against Boys/Jawbox
Tool/Flaming Lips/Failure
Lindsey Kuhn's Poster Show

Car Art

Edward Gorey

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