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Good Vs. Evil Zine #5!

Issue #5 of Good Vs. Evil zine features 84 pages of art on the theme of “Man Vs. Metal”! It’s limited to 150 copies. Not enticed? Here are some sample images for your eyes! Artists in the issue include: KOKOFREAKBEAN MICHAELA COLETTE ZEKE CLOUGH ALEXANDER BINDER ARNE MENSCH BENEDIKT RUGAR JON VAUGHN JASON OVERBY E...Read...
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Introductions Group Show at Davidson Gallery

Seattle’s Davidson Gallery presents the work of three emerging new printmakers. Ellen Heck, Carrie Lingscheit and Matt Rebholz turn out a strong show featuring diverse styles that still manage to feel cohesive. Also included is Matt Rebholz’s series of twenty prints exploring the Golem, a Frankenstein-esque creature from the annals of Jewish folklore.   Carrie...Read...
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Gaia at Irvine Contemporary Gallery

It often seems that something is lost when street artists show in gallery settings, but this  Irvine Contemporary show from Brooklyn based street artist Gaia is a welcome example of a successful transition from canvas-as-wall to canvas-on-wall.
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Time-Lapse Collages By Sebastian Blanck!

Multi-talented musician/artist/everything Sebastian Blanck has some pretty cool time-lapse collage portraits posted on his Vimeo. Check out this one of Chris Keating of Yeasayer: Chris Keating from sebastianblanck on Vimeo. And this one of Hisham Bharoocha from Soft Circle: Hisham Bharoocha from sebastianblanck on Vimeo.
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Paper Cut Portraits From Joey Bates

I stumbled upon Joey’s work last night at Assemble Gallery as part of the Greenwood/Phinney Art Walk. Assemble is a new space that’s only been open a few months, and their inaugural exhibits have showcased some really lovely work. I highly recommend wandering in to check them out! Joey’s website unfortunately doesn’t have any images...Read...
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Amazing.

A large-scale watercolor by Walton Ford, who has been at it forever. Allow this image to speak heaps about his capabilities: Falling Bough : 3′ x 9′ : 2002
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Storm Tharp @ PDX Contemporary.

Drive-by post using Storm Tharp‘s own words to describe his art best: “According to Roman Mythology, the Pillars of Hercules were built by Hercules near the Straits of Gibraltar. The pillars are, in fact, two peaks rising from the sea at the edge of the Mediterranean (the edge of the known world), where Hercules engraved...Read...
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