2016 Spokesmodel Parket shows how a knife called Wolfsbane can be most dangerous in the hands of demon. (Photos by Andrew Rezun and knife by Tortured Soul Armory.)
Aly Goo, 2017’s Vice-Spokesmodel from Canada shows that she’s beauty, she’s grace, and she’s here to dominate. (Photography by Kelly Robitaille.)
This gallery features spokesmodel Briana Sullivan as a tribal gothic fairy who is lost in the woods, unable to find her way home, she lays down beside a log and rests there for the night. She is lost and unfamiliar with the native New Zealand ferns and trees as she ponders how to return home. The photographer for this gallery was Taranaki photographer Sully’s Pics and all makeup, hair and styling was done by Briana Sullivan.
“What is one of the biggest issues facing Goth culture? Stereotypes, not just from outside the Goth community, but also from inside the community. Is it really important to define yourself as one type of Goth or can you fit into more than one genre?” 2017 Spokesmodel, Briana Sullivan, shares her insights on the good and the bad within the extended Gothic community.
Each year, the DGM Spokesmodel represents DarkestGoth and the Gothic community at large through spokesmodel galleries, event coverage, promotional material, articles, and interviews. To help accomplish this, they receive press credentials so that they have the special access they require to events, festivals, cons, and parties. This is not only a rare honor, but it’s also a responsibility, because they are helping our readers to live vicariously through them throughout the year they reign.
Imagine the world after its end. Imagine people, who will survive. Here’s one of them. And she has life without rools and laws.