byJosh CheslerinArts & Culture
Jeremy Schott opened The Dark Art Emporium to share, and sell, his passion for "low-brow" and "dark" art, an arresting, sometimes grotesquely beautiful mix of horror, humor and dead stuff.
Photos by Brian Addison. And there stood a human blockhead in the East Village of DTLB, right next to the self-admitted freak obsessed with stapling himself and the sword swallower. They were brought here by Long Beacher-by-way-Houston art lover...
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