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First Thursday: Seattle, WA – Dec. 2nd, 2010

Seattle’s First Thursday is massive; here are some selections from some galleries we regularly enjoy. And, can I just say? Seattle is really rockin and rollin this month, with tons of really excellent and innovative exhibitions. We just did the post for Portland’s First Thursday, and Seattle’s is making Portland’s look like child’s play.  ...Read...
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3D Geo-Paintings, What What!

Just a quick note showing you what Matt W. Moore is going to be doing soon, cause I think it’s going to be so godamn cool… these shapes are just already so aesthetically pleasing. In his words: Super excited to begin work on this new series of 3D Geo-Chunks. The project is a collaboration with...Read...
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Apenest: Buy A Print Or A Book!

Just stumbled across a few prints by printmaking duo Apenest when searching for a t-shirt of my eternal live performance favorites These Arms Are Snakes. This is their design: In fact, I’m not sure where one can attain this and am in the midst of conducting the appropriate research to make that known to this...Read...
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Blog Alert: Bum Bum Bum

This “ad girls blog about art, design, advertising and everything else…” showcases some really solid work of all disciplines and persuasions. I am always impressed by a blogger who can put together cohesive posts without sacrificing diversity, and Cecilie certainly makes that happen. It must be her freelance graphic designer eyeballs; they’re good at scouting...Read...
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Famous Are Dreaming [Into Space]

This post is actually going to feature two different series of works by Luis Dourado, Famous Are Dreaming and Into Space. But in my book, they belong together, dammit. The famous belong to the spacey dreams, so I’m going to sort them accordingly (and see if you can identify the famous faces — or non-faces).
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Pretty Pretty Prints From Johan Thörnqvist

It’s that time of year, so why not get some affordable art prints for friends and family? I’m talking a potential cost of less than $20 for each of these prints. Visit Johan Thörnqvist’s website to buy, buy, buy, and to view more prints. They’re laminated, they look lovely, and they feature some fun illustration...Read...
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Romancing The Neurotic Stone.

For her 365-day project, illustrator Lisa Congdon certainly picked a unique task. She has decided to put together a collection of one theme a day, ranging from pencils to foreign books, thread to postcards, baggage tags to lichen. And all of it is laid out beautifully — so beautifully, in fact, that she will be...Read...
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