Retribution is here!

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World-Famous Artist PAUL BOOTH Launches “Paul Booth Brand” Home Goods Product Line

 Pre-Order the Limited Edition “Retribution” Sconce Now at

Paul Booth, dubbed “The New King of Rock Tattoos” by Rolling Stone and “The King of Creepy” by Forbes Magazine, has launched an exclusive line of home goods – releasing under the name Paul Booth Brand – available now only via Paul Booth Brand home goods serve an often-overlooked market of passionate consumers who identify with alternative culture. Paul Booth Brand produces exquisitely designed, quality products that can be used as centerpieces for home décor.

The Paul Booth Brand home goods line has launched with a limited edition wall sconce, named “Retribution”.  “Retribution” was personally designed by Paul Booth and is hand made in the US by the Los Angeles based Arcane Visionaries. In addition to being a decorative wall sconce, “Retribution” also doubles as an incense burner that comes with Paul Booth Brand’s own incense, and includes a built in storage area for extra items. “Retribution” comes in three custom finishes: Bone, Weathered Bronze and Rust –completed by master special effects artisans to match Paul Booth’s original prototypes. The sconce is 27” tall, 11” wide and 7” deep and will come with a screw and wall anchor.

“Retribution” is available for pre-order now via the official Paul Booth Brand website at  All orders placed by August 28, 2015 will ship to be delivered by Halloween 

In the coming months, the Paul Booth Brand home goods line will expand to include home goods of all kinds potentially including:

  • Candleholders
  • Framed Art
  • Wallpaper
  • Decorative Items
  • Curtain Rod Ends
  • Light Switch Covers
  • Furniture
  • Cooking Utensils
  • And more

Paul Booth is a tattoo artist, sculptor, painter, filmmaker and musician. Through multiple mediums, he focuses on the dark, macabre and surreal, as a means of personal development and therapy.  Perhaps best known for his impact as a tattoo artist, Booth took the world of tattooing by storm with his formidable use of black and grey ink to depict demons, beasts, evil fetuses and other nightmare-worthy visuals. It wasn’t long until a cult following developed and swelled to include heavy metal rockers, actors, musicians and other purveyors of the dark aesthetic.  Booth’s signature imagery graces the skin of many celebrities including Greg Allman, members of Slayer, Slipknot, Pantera, Down, Lamb of God and many more. This following, along with his quintessential imagery has led Rolling Stone Magazine to dub Paul as “The New King of Rock Tattoos”.

In 1998, Booth opened up Last Rites Tattoo Theatre in New York City with some of the finest tattoo artists in the world.  In 2007, Booth expanded his artistic and professional scope, and opened the first dark art gallery in NYC, aptly named Last Rites Gallery.  In 2000, Paul co-founded an international charitable art organization called The ArtFusion Experiment (AFE) with world-renowned peers, Filip and Titine Leu. In association with The International Child Arts Foundation (ICAF), AFE is devoted to bringing art to underprivileged children from around the world. This tattoo-centric art movement focuses its energy on a unique collaborative art concept and demonstrates the strength of the contemporary tattoo artist’s ability to work together as a community. This aspect of AFE allows artists to put their egos aside and collaboratively fuse their individual styles to achieve unequaled works of art. It also gives the artist the opportunity to be both a student and a teacher simultaneously. This unique nature of AFE provides artists from around the world a chance to work together to create a single piece.