Von Gutenberg Magazine is Available Now!

von-Gutenberg-cover-310x400SKIN TWO posted about the new Von Gutenberg Magazine! See also below

January 25, 2010 by webslave

The first issue of Von Gutenberg magazine is out now, marking a continued resurgence of the fetish scene in the Bay Area. The magazine’s publisher, Erik von Gutenberg, is promoter of the Von Gutenberg Fetish Balls in San Francisco – they have effectively taken over from the well established San Francisco Fetish Ball.

The first issue of Von Gutenberg has pictorials of Ava Garter, Anastasia Pierce and Penthouse Pet of the Year, Heather Vandeven, who graces the cover.  Fashion spreads include the unique and utterly extravagant Antiseptic, alternative brand Emile Jerard and Japanese latex designer Atsuko Kudo.

Photographer Justice Howard brings classic fairytales to life in a four-page layout. Fantasy events around the US and overseas receive coverage. And, not to be missed are columns by sexologist Midori and Nurse Laurel of MedicalToys.com.

The first issue is jam-packed and will definitely be a collector’s item. These photos give you an idea of the 130-page glossy production.

Von Gutenberg retails for $19 / Euro 16.53 and is published quarterly. To buy your issue or subscribe to Von Gutenberg and find out about their events, go to the Von Gutenberg site, www.vongutenberg.com.

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Von Gutenberg Magazine is Available Now!

von-Gutenberg-cover-310x400SKIN TWO posted about the new Von Gutenberg Magazine! See also below

January 25, 2010 by webslave

The first issue of Von Gutenberg magazine is out now, marking a continued resurgence of the fetish scene in the Bay Area. The magazine’s publisher, Erik von Gutenberg, is promoter of the Von Gutenberg Fetish Balls in San Francisco – they have effectively taken over from the well established San Francisco Fetish Ball.

The first issue of Von Gutenberg has pictorials of Ava Garter, Anastasia Pierce and Penthouse Pet of the Year, Heather Vandeven, who graces the cover.  Fashion spreads include the unique and utterly extravagant Antiseptic, alternative brand Emile Jerard and Japanese latex designer Atsuko Kudo.

Photographer Justice Howard brings classic fairytales to life in a four-page layout. Fantasy events around the US and overseas receive coverage. And, not to be missed are columns by sexologist Midori and Nurse Laurel of MedicalToys.com.

The first issue is jam-packed and will definitely be a collector’s item. These photos give you an idea of the 130-page glossy production.

Von Gutenberg retails for $19 / Euro 16.53 and is published quarterly. To buy your issue or subscribe to Von Gutenberg and find out about their events, go to the Von Gutenberg site, www.vongutenberg.com.

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Fetish Nation September 12 in Los Angeles again

Erik von Gutenberg recommends Fetish Nation in Los Angles, one of the most premium fetish events happening in California.

LA’S BIGGEST MONTHLY FETISH-INDUSTRIAL DANCE CLUB
brought to you by the makers of HELL, Perversion, Batcave & many others
contained within hollywood’s most massive club venue:

Circus, 6655 santa monica blvd. (couple blocks east of highland), LA, CA 90038.

print either flyers above for REDUCED ENTRANCE FEE
and FREE PARKING BEFORE 11PM.
EARLY ARRIVAL VERY STRONGLY SUGGESTED.

next FN: saturday, september 12
featuring your favorite back-to-school theme:
naughty school girls vs. punitive catholic nuns

hosted by international fetish model: ANASTASIA PIERCE

DVD Release Party for ASPHYXIATING ARIEL
Julie Simone releases the 6th installment of her
AVN Nominated series Vicious Vixxxens “Asphyxiating Ariel”
starring Summer Cummings, Julie Simone, and Ariel X.  
DVD giveaways, trailer loops, party with the stars.
www.JulieSimone.com/Wholesale.html 

book release party for
MATT ‘THE LORD’ ZANE’S
Transcendental Satanism
Doctrines Of The Infernal Process
www.myspace.com/MattTheLordZane

art show by
JUSTICE HOWARD
once upon a tease series
www.Justice Howard.com

didactic tutorial by
Dark Phoenix
and his mischievous students

Ritual Blessing by the Los Angeles
Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

confession booth and satanic consultations by
Stanton LaVey

perverted, mesmerizing trailer loops by
Severe Society Films and Slain Wayne

electro-industrial dance music in
3 massive areas manipulated by dj/bp’s:
Robo-DM, AeonFlux, Dem6nSeed (HELL, Batcave)
Asphyxiation (Xile)
Krisz Klink (Kontrol Faktory)
Bruce Perdew, Sally (Perversion)

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Fetish Nation September 12 in Los Angeles again

Erik von Gutenberg recommends Fetish Nation in Los Angles, one of the most premium fetish events happening in California.

LA’S BIGGEST MONTHLY FETISH-INDUSTRIAL DANCE CLUB
brought to you by the makers of HELL, Perversion, Batcave & many others
contained within hollywood’s most massive club venue:

Circus, 6655 santa monica blvd. (couple blocks east of highland), LA, CA 90038.

print either flyers above for REDUCED ENTRANCE FEE
and FREE PARKING BEFORE 11PM.
EARLY ARRIVAL VERY STRONGLY SUGGESTED.

next FN: saturday, september 12
featuring your favorite back-to-school theme:
naughty school girls vs. punitive catholic nuns

hosted by international fetish model: ANASTASIA PIERCE

DVD Release Party for ASPHYXIATING ARIEL
Julie Simone releases the 6th installment of her
AVN Nominated series Vicious Vixxxens “Asphyxiating Ariel”
starring Summer Cummings, Julie Simone, and Ariel X.  
DVD giveaways, trailer loops, party with the stars.
www.JulieSimone.com/Wholesale.html 

book release party for
MATT ‘THE LORD’ ZANE’S
Transcendental Satanism
Doctrines Of The Infernal Process
www.myspace.com/MattTheLordZane

art show by
JUSTICE HOWARD
once upon a tease series
www.Justice Howard.com

didactic tutorial by
Dark Phoenix
and his mischievous students

Ritual Blessing by the Los Angeles
Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

confession booth and satanic consultations by
Stanton LaVey

perverted, mesmerizing trailer loops by
Severe Society Films and Slain Wayne

electro-industrial dance music in
3 massive areas manipulated by dj/bp’s:
Robo-DM, AeonFlux, Dem6nSeed (HELL, Batcave)
Asphyxiation (Xile)
Krisz Klink (Kontrol Faktory)
Bruce Perdew, Sally (Perversion)

111fetishnation

Justice Howard unique and fabulous

7365 copy 1Erik von Gutenberg recommends Justice Howard!

Justice Howard is a renowned glamour and celebrity photographer who knows just what she’s doing behind her camera and can make anyone feel comfortable and right at home in front of it.

 

After receiving e-mail after e-mail inquiring how someone can have the chance to work with her, Justice Howard decided to create something that everyone and anyone could be a part of; mothers, daughters, grandmothers, and the list goes on.  She not only created Diva Dolls to make her become more available but created it as an event that happens once a month that wont empty out your bank account. 

What exactly is a Diva Doll Photo Session and how much does it cost?  Well, there are 3 packages to choose from.  The cheapest being the ‘Double Diva’ package, which will cost you $320 if you sign up for a Diva Doll event with a friend.  Otherwise, a regular Diva Doll photo session will cost you $350 and includes hair, make-up, a CD of 150 photos, 2 large 11×14 poster sized prints signed by Justice Howard, 5 of your best photo’s retouched to ‘magazine Cover’ perfection, wardrobe by Isabella’s Corsets, shoes by Jaded Minx, possible inclusion into a popular magazine and possible submission into Justice Howard’s MotorGirl and ChopperDolls calendars.  If you would like more included within your session and more time devoted to just you, then you can choose to do what Justice Howard calls her ‘Deluxe Package’.  You get everything already listed PLUS more clothing changes, more hair and make-up changes, double the photo’s, triple the amount of retouched photo’s, large glossy posters of your best shots signed and ready for framing along with some free swag such as calendars, photos, bandanas etc. 

9496 copyJustice Howard hosts her Diva Doll events in her Los Angeles, California studio but tends to like to host them in other places at times as well, such as Road Dogs Custom in Santa Fe Springs, California.  To learn more about the Diva Doll events and to follow the schedule, visit the Diva Dolls website at :http://www.divadollart.com/.

 

Dare to be a Pin-up Goddess!

 

Contact:

Justice Howard

justicehoward@gmail.com

Justice Howard unique and fabulous

7365 copy 1Erik von Gutenberg recommends Justice Howard!

Justice Howard is a renowned glamour and celebrity photographer who knows just what she’s doing behind her camera and can make anyone feel comfortable and right at home in front of it.

 

After receiving e-mail after e-mail inquiring how someone can have the chance to work with her, Justice Howard decided to create something that everyone and anyone could be a part of; mothers, daughters, grandmothers, and the list goes on.  She not only created Diva Dolls to make her become more available but created it as an event that happens once a month that wont empty out your bank account. 

What exactly is a Diva Doll Photo Session and how much does it cost?  Well, there are 3 packages to choose from.  The cheapest being the ‘Double Diva’ package, which will cost you $320 if you sign up for a Diva Doll event with a friend.  Otherwise, a regular Diva Doll photo session will cost you $350 and includes hair, make-up, a CD of 150 photos, 2 large 11×14 poster sized prints signed by Justice Howard, 5 of your best photo’s retouched to ‘magazine Cover’ perfection, wardrobe by Isabella’s Corsets, shoes by Jaded Minx, possible inclusion into a popular magazine and possible submission into Justice Howard’s MotorGirl and ChopperDolls calendars.  If you would like more included within your session and more time devoted to just you, then you can choose to do what Justice Howard calls her ‘Deluxe Package’.  You get everything already listed PLUS more clothing changes, more hair and make-up changes, double the photo’s, triple the amount of retouched photo’s, large glossy posters of your best shots signed and ready for framing along with some free swag such as calendars, photos, bandanas etc. 

9496 copyJustice Howard hosts her Diva Doll events in her Los Angeles, California studio but tends to like to host them in other places at times as well, such as Road Dogs Custom in Santa Fe Springs, California.  To learn more about the Diva Doll events and to follow the schedule, visit the Diva Dolls website at :http://www.divadollart.com/.

 

Dare to be a Pin-up Goddess!

 

Contact:

Justice Howard

justicehoward@gmail.com

Justice Howard art the hard way

00-copyMARQUIS AMERICA had the pleasure and honor to get an exclusive interview with Justice Howard. She is simply inspiring, an extraordinary artist and photographer!

Here our hot questions for Justice, “femme extraordinaire”:

Give us an inside look at your career as a photographer and artist, what drives Justice these days from a professional perspective?

Well the first thing is that I never  do  anything  twice.  I never  replicate anything that  I have already done.  A lot of people fall in love with a certain photo and want me to  copy  it and I refuse to do that. I mean, why would I want to  do something I’ve ALREADY DONE? That is not  progressively  or artistically moving forward  in my opinion.  SO that is one thing that drives me. Another thing is that I try to shoot people that  inspire me. Whether  it is thier look, or thier style, or thier spirit. IF I  bond with someone thier shots  come out  phenomenally. Example: Perish is someone I really like to shoot and we really “synched” together well I think and his look really inspires me  as well as his professional ethics. I remember a  photo shoot a while back I had  three guys for a fashion shoot for Junker  clothing and Perish was THE most incredible of all of them and THE  most professional plus  he had great professional work ethics, The other guys were  joystikkin’ around, popping pills, etc etc  and Perish  was taking his shit serious so when he stepped in front of the lens he just  ROKKED IT HARD!  Needless to say his shots were the winners of the day!

0709Describe your unique signature style!

I think my art is very clean , well lit, and technically tight   however, also   on the  edgy side. I did an interview last month where  they asked me to describe my art in one word. I  had to think about that one  for a while and the word I eventually  landed on was “DISTINGUISHABLE”. 

What are your personal favorite models worldwide?

Well  the people I like ‘personally’ are the people I like professionally too. I find that if I  genuinely  dig someone  thier photos  turn out amazing!!!   I just did  some shots of  this gorgeous  chica who flew in from San Francisco to shoot with me and I had spoken to her on the phone for about an hour  previous to the shoot and I was quite enamoured with her spirit!  When I met her in person this was  immediately  validated  as she was just as cool in person as she was  on the phone and  since I really cared about her as a person  I wanted to do an amazing job for her  and that was EXACTLY what happend. Her shots  are through the roof  and she was very  very happy with the outcome. More specific answers to that question  would  also  be as  follows:

 

MIA TYLER

SYBIL DANNING

MAMIE VAN DOREN

PHIL VARONE 

Where do you pick up your wardrobe for your photo shoots?

I dont ever go looking for anything unless its something  that is very specific to a certain I styling of the shoot itself. Most of the  things I use are from friends and once again, people I like and what I do in alot of  cases I trade  useage for useage. Which means  they give me useage of  the clothing and I give them useage of the photos as long as the shots have my copyrighted logo on  them , so its a reciprocal deal.

snowwhite-scrollWho is your favorite designer?

Id say Thierry Mugler . I remember seeing this piece  he had designed a while back and I’ve never forgotten it.It was a leather corset and  it  actually  had   motorcycle  handlebars  with  rear view  mirrors with flames on the top of the corset. It was really quite soemthing  and to this day I’ve never forgotten that outfit! 

What are you always on the hunt for?

Great locations. Any time im driving in a car I’m scouting locations. I have a little booklet I write them all down in. When I see a great one I write the crosstreets down and  a note beside the  location as to what style would look good there. 

What was your most bizarre photo shoot?

Probably the “ILL PISS ON YOUR GRAVE”  shoot. A while back I got to thinking that people always say that  and I was thinking it would make a great photograph  with that title. Thing is, all graveyards are now really hard to get into so we had to bust into one in East L.A.  at 3 AM  with a crowbar. It was  located in East LA and I remember it was  myself and Nikki Sinn and Henri Pachard (famous porno director)  and my  pal Casey Chaos who at the time was in a band called Christian Death. Nikki  had been drinking cofffee all  night so she  could piss well for the camera  and I was  trying to find the   perfect gravestone visually for the photo. She kept yelling “hurry up hurry up I have to piss!”  and finally I found the perfect  looking grave  and she came over in her dainty looking shoes and  this dainty looking  frilly skirt and let this stream of piss go  that  lasted 2 – 3 mins  while  I rapped off mega- frames with my motor drive. I showed the  photo  at an exhibit I had and a lawyer bought it  and everyone  loved it. Thats not  really  THE  most bizarre shoot but it is  a good  story that I can tell here  on this  upscale Marquis  website!

2752a-copyWhich music style do you like?

Hard & heavy baby!

I like :

     MINISTRY

       HELLHOUND

       DEATHRIDERS  (my boyfriends band)

      ATREYU

      ROB ZOMBIE

      TOM WAITS 

Are you a fetish or fashion photographer?

 

Neither one, now.  However, when I first started out I was a fetish photographer  and   there were  only 5 of us shooting fetish related material back then. I had an exhibit a long  time ago,  9 years ago now,  that was called BLACK & WHITE & BRUTAL  and  it was all fetish related  imagery  and no one even knew what  fetish was back then at all. Lotsa questions  like “Why are those heels so high ”  and “what are those things the  girls are wearing?” (they were corsets of course} because back then no one knew anything about what fetish was or  even what the ‘look’ of it was . A few people were ahead of the  curve back then but not too many.

8690bWhat would people be most surprised to know about you?

That I dont smoke, drink or do drugs ( I quit partying in my 20’s)  that I have a sewing machine and I  know how to  use it  and  I love puppies. 

If you weren’t in this business, where would you be?

I’d probably  be a stripper casue my boobs are really big LOL! 

What tips would you give women and men in general to be well rounded, balancing out life and career?

 

#1…..If someone in your life is making you  unhappy or stressing you  out  GET RID OF THEM ….

 

#2….Learn your craft    Dont just pick up a  camera   and   voila youre a photographer, It doesnt work  like that! Take the time to study  the  craft.

 

#3….Follow your  passions  ……follow your dreams don’t let anyone else stop you   or stand in  your way  . 

What can your fans expect from you in the future going forward?

  I have a smokin deal  at http://www.myspace.com/diva_dolls  and tons of girls have signed up for it. Ive dropped my  price so girls who need photos  can get them and its a great deal for  new models  especially. And Ive gotten  some of the Dive Dolls I’ve shot magazine covers and full pages in  a lot of  mags as well as  in my  new MOTORGIRLS calendar. One girl Jenny  had never modelled before  and she got the calendar COVER   and another page inside. So its got great possibilities for  new models. So theres that, and  the next thing would be my  new exhibit coming up in 2010 at Verve Gallery on Gallery Row at Wilshire & LA Brea. .Thats not til 2010  but Im working on that right now and will be shooting ELVIRA  soon for that. That shows gonna be a blowout.  

 

Last question,  where can we see your work online?

  www.justicehoward.com   always has new content of course and we are  in the middle of a site rebuild which will be up in a couple of months now. Stay fierce my lovelies!!! 

 

Source: Interview from Erik von Gutenberg with Justice Howard, exclusive for MARQUIS AMERICA

Justice Howard art the hard way

00-copyMARQUIS AMERICA had the pleasure and honor to get an exclusive interview with Justice Howard. She is simply inspiring, an extraordinary artist and photographer!

Here our hot questions for Justice, “femme extraordinaire”:

Give us an inside look at your career as a photographer and artist, what drives Justice these days from a professional perspective?

Well the first thing is that I never  do  anything  twice.  I never  replicate anything that  I have already done.  A lot of people fall in love with a certain photo and want me to  copy  it and I refuse to do that. I mean, why would I want to  do something I’ve ALREADY DONE? That is not  progressively  or artistically moving forward  in my opinion.  SO that is one thing that drives me. Another thing is that I try to shoot people that  inspire me. Whether  it is thier look, or thier style, or thier spirit. IF I  bond with someone thier shots  come out  phenomenally. Example: Perish is someone I really like to shoot and we really “synched” together well I think and his look really inspires me  as well as his professional ethics. I remember a  photo shoot a while back I had  three guys for a fashion shoot for Junker  clothing and Perish was THE most incredible of all of them and THE  most professional plus  he had great professional work ethics, The other guys were  joystikkin’ around, popping pills, etc etc  and Perish  was taking his shit serious so when he stepped in front of the lens he just  ROKKED IT HARD!  Needless to say his shots were the winners of the day!

0709Describe your unique signature style!

I think my art is very clean , well lit, and technically tight   however, also   on the  edgy side. I did an interview last month where  they asked me to describe my art in one word. I  had to think about that one  for a while and the word I eventually  landed on was “DISTINGUISHABLE”. 

What are your personal favorite models worldwide?

Well  the people I like ‘personally’ are the people I like professionally too. I find that if I  genuinely  dig someone  thier photos  turn out amazing!!!   I just did  some shots of  this gorgeous  chica who flew in from San Francisco to shoot with me and I had spoken to her on the phone for about an hour  previous to the shoot and I was quite enamoured with her spirit!  When I met her in person this was  immediately  validated  as she was just as cool in person as she was  on the phone and  since I really cared about her as a person  I wanted to do an amazing job for her  and that was EXACTLY what happend. Her shots  are through the roof  and she was very  very happy with the outcome. More specific answers to that question  would  also  be as  follows:

 

MIA TYLER

SYBIL DANNING

MAMIE VAN DOREN

PHIL VARONE 

Where do you pick up your wardrobe for your photo shoots?

I dont ever go looking for anything unless its something  that is very specific to a certain I styling of the shoot itself. Most of the  things I use are from friends and once again, people I like and what I do in alot of  cases I trade  useage for useage. Which means  they give me useage of  the clothing and I give them useage of the photos as long as the shots have my copyrighted logo on  them , so its a reciprocal deal.

snowwhite-scrollWho is your favorite designer?

Id say Thierry Mugler . I remember seeing this piece  he had designed a while back and I’ve never forgotten it.It was a leather corset and  it  actually  had   motorcycle  handlebars  with  rear view  mirrors with flames on the top of the corset. It was really quite soemthing  and to this day I’ve never forgotten that outfit! 

What are you always on the hunt for?

Great locations. Any time im driving in a car I’m scouting locations. I have a little booklet I write them all down in. When I see a great one I write the crosstreets down and  a note beside the  location as to what style would look good there. 

What was your most bizarre photo shoot?

Probably the “ILL PISS ON YOUR GRAVE”  shoot. A while back I got to thinking that people always say that  and I was thinking it would make a great photograph  with that title. Thing is, all graveyards are now really hard to get into so we had to bust into one in East L.A.  at 3 AM  with a crowbar. It was  located in East LA and I remember it was  myself and Nikki Sinn and Henri Pachard (famous porno director)  and my  pal Casey Chaos who at the time was in a band called Christian Death. Nikki  had been drinking cofffee all  night so she  could piss well for the camera  and I was  trying to find the   perfect gravestone visually for the photo. She kept yelling “hurry up hurry up I have to piss!”  and finally I found the perfect  looking grave  and she came over in her dainty looking shoes and  this dainty looking  frilly skirt and let this stream of piss go  that  lasted 2 – 3 mins  while  I rapped off mega- frames with my motor drive. I showed the  photo  at an exhibit I had and a lawyer bought it  and everyone  loved it. Thats not  really  THE  most bizarre shoot but it is  a good  story that I can tell here  on this  upscale Marquis  website!

2752a-copyWhich music style do you like?

Hard & heavy baby!

I like :

     MINISTRY

       HELLHOUND

       DEATHRIDERS  (my boyfriends band)

      ATREYU

      ROB ZOMBIE

      TOM WAITS 

Are you a fetish or fashion photographer?

 

Neither one, now.  However, when I first started out I was a fetish photographer  and   there were  only 5 of us shooting fetish related material back then. I had an exhibit a long  time ago,  9 years ago now,  that was called BLACK & WHITE & BRUTAL  and  it was all fetish related  imagery  and no one even knew what  fetish was back then at all. Lotsa questions  like “Why are those heels so high ”  and “what are those things the  girls are wearing?” (they were corsets of course} because back then no one knew anything about what fetish was or  even what the ‘look’ of it was . A few people were ahead of the  curve back then but not too many.

8690bWhat would people be most surprised to know about you?

That I dont smoke, drink or do drugs ( I quit partying in my 20’s)  that I have a sewing machine and I  know how to  use it  and  I love puppies. 

If you weren’t in this business, where would you be?

I’d probably  be a stripper casue my boobs are really big LOL! 

What tips would you give women and men in general to be well rounded, balancing out life and career?

 

#1…..If someone in your life is making you  unhappy or stressing you  out  GET RID OF THEM ….

 

#2….Learn your craft    Dont just pick up a  camera   and   voila youre a photographer, It doesnt work  like that! Take the time to study  the  craft.

 

#3….Follow your  passions  ……follow your dreams don’t let anyone else stop you   or stand in  your way  . 

What can your fans expect from you in the future going forward?

  I have a smokin deal  at http://www.myspace.com/diva_dolls  and tons of girls have signed up for it. Ive dropped my  price so girls who need photos  can get them and its a great deal for  new models  especially. And Ive gotten  some of the Dive Dolls I’ve shot magazine covers and full pages in  a lot of  mags as well as  in my  new MOTORGIRLS calendar. One girl Jenny  had never modelled before  and she got the calendar COVER   and another page inside. So its got great possibilities for  new models. So theres that, and  the next thing would be my  new exhibit coming up in 2010 at Verve Gallery on Gallery Row at Wilshire & LA Brea. .Thats not til 2010  but Im working on that right now and will be shooting ELVIRA  soon for that. That shows gonna be a blowout.  

 

Last question,  where can we see your work online?

  www.justicehoward.com   always has new content of course and we are  in the middle of a site rebuild which will be up in a couple of months now. Stay fierce my lovelies!!! 

 

Source: Interview from Erik von Gutenberg with Justice Howard, exclusive for MARQUIS AMERICA

Hell Party again in LA, the hottest monthly fetish party in California

MARQUIS AMERICA recommends HELL, party in LA this upcoming week!

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Electro-Industrial Decadance for the Morally Challenged
@ IVAR: 6356 Hollywood Blvd. (enter on Ivar Ave.)  Los Angeles, CA 90028

Fetish / Erotic Film Exposé
Video loop projections on massive screens
honoring the creative LA forces producing
quality fetish and erotic films
Studio and talent representation
Press coverage by AVN, AIN, A! Entertainment, Xbiz
Marquis Magazine, Taboo Magazine, & Talking Sex Radio
Special performances by
Headsick Pinups and Satine Phoen ix

Upper Pod Gallery showcasing
JUSTICE HOWARD
Drink Special: Justice Howard NUCLEAR MARTINI
w/limited signed photo tag from the glass
Motorgirl 2009 Calendar available for purchase
www.JusticeHoward.com

Artist Row Residents:
Angie Cardone, Art + Craftwork of L.E. DUBIN, C.Amezquita, Emily Steigerwalt, GT Becks, James Groves, Junky Christ, Larry P. Holdaway, Luanie Kologi, M McCloud,
Roger Cornwall Jr., Ghettogirl, Spinestealer, Stephen Von Frankenstein,
Topper Anthony, UNEQUALART, Vinnie Mansell and 4614.
If you’d like to be in future art shows, please contact me

 


Cradle of Filth
Ticket giveaways from 9-10 pm, courtesy of
goldenvoice.jpg picture by ustrykitty

Other treats courtesy of JT Stockroom and Lionsgate Films

Hosted Vodka Bar courtesy of Sobieski from 9-10pm

 


Cyber Kidz Made on Marz

Bound Lotus
aerial hoops and pole luminary

Brutal display by The Broken Door
LA’s premiere fully appointed dungeon
www.TheBrokenDoor-LA.com


BDSM/ Fetish performances also by:
Master Angelus, CharlyB, Mistress Francine, Fetish Jade, LAUR,
Mistress Melissa,  Mistress Nicolette,  Sir Nik,  Paindancer ,
PKL Industries,
Meister Schmerz, Simon Blaise, Sir SkipDog
Lifestyle furniture courtesy of Uncensored Designs

WWW.MARQUISAMERICA.COM

 Main Area: Industrial – EBM – Futurepop – Noize
 
Smoking/Drinking Patio: Ethereal – Darkwave
 
Level 2: Live performances by
MALFAKTOR and VAMP STAR
with podcast by Normality on RantRadio