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Deuce 7 at BLVD Gallery

It’s been a while since an artist has completely blown my mind — especially in the urban art and illustration world — but Deuce 7‘s work did just that. They feature fantastically whispy lines, bright colors, and figures that walk the fine line between abstract and realistic. His pieces are somewhat juvenile like a child’s...Read...
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Blaine Fontana Vans Mural at Snowboard Connection

CLICK IMAGE FOR LARGER VIEW OF THE MURAL. This past Saturday, Blaine Fontana visited Snowboard Connection‘s flagship shop in Seattle to unveil his newest mural, brought to the store by Vans. Fontana’s huge 20″ x 4″ mural was shown to the public, alongside a dozen of his original pieces. He also did a book signing...Read...
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Christopher McManus Makes Monster Masks

Christopher McManus crafts monster masks with more personality than any monster masks I’ve seen before. Nearly missed this guy’s work, but I’m wholly glad I did not! No doubt painstakingly hand-crafted using finicky materials like feathers and sunglasses. See here for his descriptions of his work. Gas mask meets alien? Look closer, though… it’s made...Read...
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Jane Hammond’s Paper Works

Jane Hammond — her brand of collage and brightly colored illustration work is easily polarizing. My personal opinion is that while some of her collages are intriguing, a lot of her works seem to be rather unexpectional. The works here are some of my favorite from her current installation at the deYoung Gallery. This series,...Read...
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Kunsthaus Tacheles in Berlin, Germany

Kunsthaus Tacheles, sometimes known simply as Tacheles, is an artist loft on Berlin’s Oranienburger Straße. Slightly difficult to find, but very much worth the experience. Lots of great art, with artists from all over the world, making language barriers not too big a problem. Six floors covered with graffiti on every possible surface makes it...Read...
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Artopia in Georgetown Strikes Again, Part 2

Dan Corson‘s Spatial Matrix. Spatial matrixes are nothing new — I saw one at another gallery just a couple days ago — but this one is a little unique. It was an installation at the Georgetown brewery’s former “Engine Room”; clear indigo panels were put up over the windows, and steel cables ran from the...Read...
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