Volume 4

The Bunker Review: Volume 4, Issue 2

Subaqueous

Life emerged from the ocean.

From tidal pools to cavernous abysses, the smallest plankton to the largest blue whale, the ocean spans the breadth of life on earth. Subaqueous captures the beauty of life and its aquatic origins. Whether you find bliss in the ocean’s cool depths or dread its hidden terrors, dive into this vast array and immerse yourself in a world full of wonder.

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Artwork: Autumn Howard, The Stairs. Mixed media, 2023

 

 

The Bunker Review: Volume 4, Issue 1

Macabre

Welcome to my cabinet of curiosities.

Walk through cursed tombs, museums, and castles in ruin. Macabre emphasizes the dark and strange; it’s uncanny and frightening, defying what our human minds can grasp. Instinctively, we pursue it, but like a doll that keeps changing places, it will always elude us. 

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Artwork: Julie Bustamante, The Butterfly Effect. Acrylic on canvas, 2023