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Luke Chueh At The Helford Gallery

Aw look, a cuddly widdle bunny wabbit with a blood-stained knife. And over there, a doe-eyed bear bursting into flames.   Welcome to the world of Luke Chueh, an artist that has left us with warm, fuzzy feelings for the past few years with paintings that aren’t so warm and fuzzy. In fact, they’re all...Read...
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Eatcho’s Website & Threadless T-Shirt!

Eatcho recently sent us an e-mail promoting his new Threadless t-shirt. After some confusion regarding who he was (since his e-mail name was not Eatcho, but “Rilbo Shaggins”), we went to his gorgeously illustrated website, and just had to share its sitemap-driven beauty. But while we’re at it, let’s promote his Threadless tee design, which...Read...
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Laura Kimpton Blends Collage With Encaustics.

With a Bachelors of Fine Arts and a Masters in Counseling Psychology, Laura Kimpton makes art that’s even more diverse than her education; she has a wide array of gallery installations, Burning Man sculptures, collage works, and encaustic pieces under her belt. Showcased above is one piece from her most recent creations that combines collages...Read...
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Ladies And Ghouls, Presenting Butch Von Dreaux!

Our latest MySpace artist friend with something fun to offer is Louisiana’s Butch Von Dreaux! With an interest in all things detestable, odd, and possibly grotesque, this fine artist / tattoo artist has made it his niche to give an illustrated look to unsavory individuals. Mythical beings like Medusa, movie villains like Jason from Friday...Read...
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Jason Limon‘s Custom-Paneled Art At Suite 100!

The Suite 100 Gallery, now has work of Jason Limón in their Uniform group show (which unfortunately ends in two days — sorry! At least their doors stay open until 10:00pm this Friday, though!). San Antonio’s Jason Limón is an illustrator whose work has been seen in publications like Communication Arts, American Illustration, Print Regional...Read...
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Bumblebee Hives Up On Telephone Booths.

Don’t be alarmed, folks! The bees aren’t really holing up in telephone booths because they’re dwindling in numbers anyway! This is just the product of California’s Bumblebee at work, turning abandoned phone booths into beautiful art installations. Here are the thought-provoking words he had to say about his work: “Telephone companies have been abandoning their...Read...
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Artist Jane Lackey Maps Out Conversations.

On first glance, it might be easy to write off the work of Seattle artist Jane Lackey as mumbo-jumbo, but when one studies the materials she uses, her interests in neuroscience, genetics, and speech patterns, pieces like those from the above series, Survey, seem to make a bit more sense. Using paint, tape, and stickers,...Read...
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