Going through 575 photos from the 2008 Rites of Passage Campout (taken by Robin Scott/Phoenixxx Rising) made several things abundantly clear to me; that of all the suspension events I’ve attended the campouts were always my favorite, that Robin took some many photos that it was difficult to pick just a few for this update and most of all that I really miss the offline social aspects of the community. Between BMEFESTS, Suscons, Campouts, Bowling with Weirdos, Modcons and the random any excuse parties we used to throw there were so many options to see friends from all over the world. Continue reading
The core value of Sacred Debris is to resurrect old mementos and put a new shine on them. Photographs, videos and body modification culture ephemera from the last few decades all polished and presented in a new context..
Which is sort of what I’ve done with the site’s layout. I was never (even remotely) in love with the WordPress theme we’ve been using since launching the blog in 2014 and, frustrated, I made the move tonight to aesthetically merge Sacreddebris.com and it’s tattoo sister-site Occultvibrations.com to add some consistency to my two history sites. They’re remaining their own unique entities (with the occasional shared post) but will look like one cohesive site.
It may be confusing, but I assure you it’s for the greater good. Or at least my own satisfaction.