Category Archives: Art

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Silver Jews – “We Are Real”

This last month was the two year anniversary of the end of the Silver Jews, one of my favorite bands of all time. I decided that the weekly comic is going to be exclusively illustrated lyrics for the foreseeable future, starting with songs from the very last Silver Jews show. David Berman picked his fifteen...Read...
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Bruise Cruise – Limited Edition 7″ Records Album Cover Art Review & Interview

Every year, Bruise Cruise transports a cruise-load of individuals from Miami to the Bahamas, for an alcohol-fueled and music-driven party on the water. This year’s seven-concert event will take place over the course of four days, hosted by Chain And The Gang’s dry-humored Ian Svenonius, and featuring music from Black Lips, Surfer Blood, Vivian Girls,...Read...
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Tessa Hulls At Bherd Studios, Tonight!

Since she has a show at Bherd Studios tonight (8537 Greenwood Ave N Suite 1, Seattle, WA), it’s about time we draw some attention to the work of REDEFINE staff writer, Tessa Hulls! The pieces here will not be the same as the ones in the show tonight, but they’re a part of an interesting...Read...
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The Acorn – No Ghost Album Cover Review

For The Acorn’s latest album, No Ghost, band member Howard Tsui was enlisted to create the album artwork. The chosen cover piece, entitled Spectral Residue, is thematically appropriate, and showcases Tsui’s knack to draw influence from the supernatural. To quote Tsui’s artist statement about the series: “Abstract shapes and gestural brushstrokes are applied to rice...Read...
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Hidden Worlds By Sonny Kay: Recap!

This is an oldie but goodie from our back catalog. CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE THESE IMAGES IN PRINT. Collages are a dime a dozen these days, with both digital collages and paper collages being artforms with teeny tiny learning curves. It seems that almost anyone can create a collage that looks half-decent; the tricky part...Read...
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Jamie Marie Waelchli’s Thought Maps

Have you ever tried to map your thoughts in a cohesive manner? What would you find? How long would it take? Portland-based artist Jamie Marie Waelchli decided to delve into her own mind between 2007 and 2011 (a duration of which no doubt resulted in a particularly fascinating set of results) to create thought maps....Read...
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An Invitation To Sleep At Golden Rule Gallery

A bit of short notice on this one, as this show goes on in T-minus a couple hours, for the SE neighborhood First Friday Art Walk in Portland. However it’s totally worth writing about, the most interesting part actually taking place not today, but throughout the course of the month… Opening tonight at Golden Rule...Read...
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