The portmanteau ‘Nosferattitude’ was coined by Lorin Davies to sum up our interest in the way which hundreds of years of highly emotive creative outpourings and extremes of subjectivity  have become distilled into the popular ‘goth’ subculture and its more recent offshoots. Far from being critical of the process, Nosferattitude involved reinventing ourselves as goth craftsmen, designers and pop stars. Our stalls (always held on the cultural fringe) sold black-sprayed lightbulbs, dark greetings cards, pierced manga baby t-shirts, eyeball cakes and a variety of branded homewares, alongside a double-A side dvd single.