A friend just introduced me to a website about sacred geometry. I will not actually be talking about sacred geometry here. What really struck me was the man’s professional attire in the introduction video. I believe he is a very good example of a corporate goth. Take a look at his professional, but Goth-y* attire here: www.corelove.net.
For more examples, see his assistants here: www.corelove.com.
If you’re actually interested in sacred geometry, you can continue on with the first site. However, if it’s a little above your head, but you’re still interested in a toned-down version, check out their other site: www.sacredg.com.
This is not an advertisement for their products. This is merely to show everyone what I had in mind with my vision for Lavoce.
*I said “Goth-y” instead of Goth because I do not know how he identifies himself.
- Lavoce’s New Mission (lavocewap2.wordpress.com)
- Goth on Cup Day (littlebranch.com.au)
- Whitby Goth Weekend 2014 dates announced (cameraconnect.net)
- Is Goth Dead in North America? Vampirefreaks “State of the Goth / Industrial Community” Report Through Halloween 2013, Suggests it May Be On Life Support (prweb.com) (eBo says, “Oh no! We’ll see what will happen when Lavoce really gets under way.”)
- Understanding Goth History (history.answers.com)