All posts by Vivian Hua

Vivian Hua (華婷婷) wears a lot of random hats, but has somewhat mastered globetrotting like a hobo and evading traditional 9-to-5 work schedules. She enjoys observing human idiosyncrasies perhaps more than anything and is a magnet for homeless people (a joy) and bug bites of all types (absolutely terrible). Through her work, she hopes to embrace the temporary while documenting the nostalgic, using divination and dream symbolism as guides through the cosmic maze. Additional writing, art, video, and other crap, like her astrological chart, can be seen at www.inallthings-patterns.net. She is the Editor-in-Chief of REDEFINE magazine, and quite appreciates unsolicited personal e-mails just to shoot the shit and narrow the gaps between human beings.
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Joe Vollan & Jose Rodriguez III At Flatcolor

Joe Vollan I feel like Joe Vollan‘s work is a love-it or hate-it affair. But if you’re feeling the well-rendered, cutesy details of his pieces, chances are you’ll be feeling them a lot. Below, a couple pieces that serve as throwbacks to another time, complete with costumed, skeletal figures. — Jose Rodriguez III I don’t...Read...
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GET OUT! Summer At SAM, With Trenton Doyle Hancock

Every couple years or so (literally), the Seattle Art Museum changes out the installation they have on display at the Olympic Sculpture Park. The next installation round, which runs from August 28, 2010 to March 4, 2012 at the Olympic Sculpture Park’s Paccar Pavilion, will feature the colorful works of Trenton Doyle Hancock. It’s unsure...Read...
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Tatiana Plakhova Draws Inspiration From Symmetry

These symmetrical flurries are only one portion of artist Tatiana Plakhova‘s art portfolio, but they are certainly amongst the most immediately gratifying. Something about these jellyfish-like whirling ornaments just seem comforting. See some more of her works on Flickr or Behance.
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Kyle Andrews – KANGAROO Album Review

Tennessee-based singer-songwriter Kyle Andrews is releasing his 18-minute EP (with one remix track) just in the nick of time. KANGAROO comes out the tail end of August, and it is a summery blockbuster of an album — a caffeine-riddled energetic blast full of feel-good pop songwriting. The synthpop songs are short, sweet, and guaranteed to...Read...
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Snag Some Bigfoot Works From Flatcolor Gallery

As of today, you have one more week left to snag some Bigfoot pieces from Flatcolor Gallery (528 First Avenue South, Seattle, WA) — lucky you! Snatch ’em up while you still can! The full-color painted pieces are not cheap, but I don’t imagine they’ll get any cheaper anytime soon. Luckily, there’s some diversity in...Read...