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Joshua Liner Gallery: Robert Hardgrave, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Mars-1 & More!

Just as Seattle artist Robert Hardgrave changed his website URL from the playful farmerbobsfarm.com to a more responsible roberthardgrave.com, he’s stepping it up with his artwork. Last night’s show at Joshua Liner Gallery proved it. A classy gallery with a reknowned reputation, Joshua Liner Gallery has a show tonight that will bring in talent from...Read...
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Good Ol’ Andy Haynes @ The Hive Gallery!

TONIGHT, Andy Haynes has his first show of 2010. He will be showing his works at the The Hive Gallery in Culver City, California. It will be a multimedia event featuring live bands and performances, and will run from 8:00pm to 1:00am. Make it out if you can. The show will feature an installation of...Read...
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Peepshow Collective Redoes Their Website

UK collective Peepshow have re-done their website, and in honor of it, we’re going to feature a piece of work for each of their members. Hoorah!   The Beginning of the End for Illustrative ’09, by Luke Best Barefootin’ for Howies, by Jenny Bowers. After The Storm for The Telegraph by Miles Donovan. Wallpaper Arts...Read...
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Greg Haynes Paints Real With Oils.

Painting realistic oil paintings requires a ridiculous amount of talent. Greg Haynes certainly knows how to do it right. The paintings might look like the real thing, but the truth is, they often look even more enticing than the real thing.
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Milton Rogovin Turns 100!

In honor of photographer Milton Rogovin’s birthday, the Henry Art Gallery will have an exhibition of his work from December 10th, 2009 through April 25th, 2010. It’s certainly a long-lasting affair, but don’t forget to make your way over to the contemporary art museum to check out his photography. As an optometrist who shot photography...Read...
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Dan Witz Does Dark With Window Panes.

    Street art pioneer Dan Witz now has a show on display at Carmichael Gallery that might just get you respecting street art if you’re a skeptic.     Inspired by Amsterdam’s Red Light District, the works feature human and animal faces and figures trapped behind dirty, shoddily painted glass panes and window frames,...Read...
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Buy The Label 228 Street Art Project Book!

We wrote about this more than two years ago, but it’s about time for a refresher! Once upon a time, artist Camden Noir came up with a community street art idea. Dubbed the Label 228 Project, the idea encouraged any artist to draw, paint, sketch, collage, or otherwise put their imprint on the free priority...Read...
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