Brooklyn artist and musician Alexander Heir has created one of the defining aesthetics of the contemporary underground music scene, through more than 15 years of design and printing work for countless international punk and metal artists. For those who truly crave the transgressive, Heir’s work will connect immediately. His work has graced the albums, singles, and flyers of highly regarded artists such as The Mob, Martin Rev of Suicide, Warthog, and John Carpenter, and his commission work includes ephemera for horror films It Follows and The Puppet Man. Heir's art has all the prominent elements of 50 years' worth of subversive underground culture. Somewhere between Japanese wood cuts and Russian prison tattoos, this is the kind of art that gets kids in trouble with their parents. His morbidity, which is blended with a sick humorous quality, has a penchant for the bizarre taboo, and a raw, physical compulsion has allowed him to achieve such delightfully confounding imagery.