Women in Cadaveric Paint NSFW art book ad featuring Randy Blythe intro

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Musical portrait photographer Jeremy Saffer – whose many credits include film groups like Metallica, Megadeth, Korn, Ghost and Hatebreed for various magazine covers – releases a new art book for a project he “has been working on for a third of my life”. Daughters of Darkness, a “Collection of Fine Art Portraits of Women in Cadaveric Paint”, is due out October 30 via Rare Bird Books. You can see the full (NSFW) coverage below, and here’s what Jeremy says about the book:

I am extremely happy to announce that I have signed a contract with Rare Bird Books. Daughters of Darkness, an art cadaver painting photo project that I’ve worked on for a third of my life is finally coming to fruition in the form of a coffee table book.

The project is based on: the black metal / doom imagery I grew up on, my affinity for the darker side of metal, and like metal, which can be dark, sinister, evil and yet beautiful, the project shows the duality of finding beauty in darkness and finding darkness in beauty.

The group that has exemplified this style of art the most is Cradle of Filth, and I’m honored to say that Dani Filth is writing the front of my book. My amazing friend, writer. and Lamb of God photographer Randy Blythe writes the introduction.

Here is the description of Rare Bird:

Daughters of Darkness is a collection of art portraits of women in cadaveric paint. A nod to black metal and the cover of the doom album, Daughters of Darkness has been photographed for over 10 years, with over 400 models from all over the world, almost all of whom have painted their own corpses and are black metal fans. Daughters of Darkness features numerous celebrities, actresses, musicians, and models (some on condition of anonymity painted on a corpse) all of whom have only coated cadaveric paint for this book. Photographed by internationally acclaimed music and art photographer Jeremy Saffer, this project combines both his worlds of musical photography and fine art photography into one project, which was designed to capture the memory of leafing through albums in a music store and buying albums based entirely on the album covers (which often featured a nude portrait, someone in cadaveric paint, or both) before knowing the music or band. Like the music that inspired it, Daughters of Darkness shows the duality of finding beauty in dark imagery and finding darkness in beauty.

There are four different editions of the book in presale, including an “Extra-Bloody Bathory Edition” and a $ 666 deluxe box set, limited to 25 and comes with a bunch of extras, including a corpse paint makeup box.


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