Eternal Cool Project, “Inferno: The Rap” (2005)

eternal-cool-project-inferno-the-rap-2005“This is a unique, never before done approach to Dante Alighieri’s Inferno. Lyrics written in the 14th Century, as translated in the mid 1800s by H Cary, are rapped by MicPwr, over a music track composed by Mr Moe. It is a powerful depiction of a medieval Hell, performed by uban artists.”    —CD Baby

Janet Van Fleet, Sculptures for “A Guided Tour of Dante’s Inferno”

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“The Inferno of Dante Alighieri,” a rhymed translation by Seth Zimmerman with illustrations by Janet Van Fleet

Learn more at Inferno Dante and see the book on Amazon.

Dante in Coney Island

dantes-inferno-coney-island“By Thursday, nearly 30 tractor-trailers had been loaded with classic Astroland rides and driven out. There was no sign of the Scrambler, the Tilt-a-Whirl or the Mini Tea Cup. Dante’s Inferno, a haunted house, stood empty and ravaged, looking more haunted than ever. The Pirate Ship was moored atop a flatbed truck, awaiting storage.” [. . .]    –David W. Dunlap and Ann Farmer, The New York Times, January 9, 2009

Photo by Marta Lwin, 2004

Neocommedia: Inferno, Purgatory, Paradise (2002)

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“An immersive adaptation of Dante’s Divine Comedy exploring the modern deity of Information.”    —iKatun

“iKatun’s Paradise is based on Dante’s Paradise from the Divine Comedy, however, this Paradise is not about perfect morality but about perfect information. iKatun’s Paradise alludes to instant availability and perfect knowledge; a single data point of infinite density; the faultless model of information to which all media systems aspire; the space where entropy does not exist.”    —iKatun

“Dante’s Inferno” a Comic Strip With an Evil Character Named Dante


Found at Aelis.ChaosNet (retrieved on September 15, 2006)

A Blog Called “Dante’s Inferno”


See blog at DanteNet

“Dante’s Inferno” Board Game (2003)

dantes-inferno-board-game “Dante’s Inferno is a new boardgame from Twilight Creations. The object of the game is to rescue enough sinners (resources) to gain entry to the 9th Circle of Hell and defeat Lucifer while preventing the other players from doing so first.”    —Twilight Creations, Inc.

M.W. Kaluta, “Dante’s Inferno Portfolio”

mw-kaluta-dantes-inferno-portfolio“Christopher Enterprises released Michael Kaluta’s Dante’s Inferno portfolio in 1975. It featured 8 full color plates in an illustrated folder and was limited to 2000 signed and numbered copies.”    –Tom, Fantasy Ink, June 10, 2011

Dante Joseph, “Dante’s Inferno” (2000)


See Dante Joseph’s website to hear excerpts from the album.

“Dante’s Inferno” by Alan Sherwood (2002)


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