Category Archives: Art

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Dignan Porch – Tendrils Album Cover Review & Philippa Bloomfield Interview

Dignan Porch drummer, Philippa Bloomfield, is the designer behind this strange concoction. The photograph is pulled from the childhood photo albums of Bloomfield’s mother, and it shows her mother in a school play at the age of eleven. The people seem bite-sized, and the degraded film quality hints at passed time. “The album has a...Read...
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Rake Hands & Skin Drawings.

Lynn Palewicz has quite specific visions for her artwork, which is generally based around sculpture — or, in this case, using the human form as sculpture — and photography. This series of skin drawings is astounding, and it’s a wonder inking and body art aren’t taken to this level more often.
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Victim of American Fear (Inspired by Oscar Grant)

Just wanted to share a painting done by Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, of Oscar Grant. This is what Fazlalizadeh had to say about the piece, and about Grant, in general: “This painting is my reaction to the Johannes Mehrsele, a former BART officer, verdict and sentencing in the case of him fatally shooting Oscar Grant, an unarmed...Read...
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Song of Tent City at Tether Design Gallery

Poet Mimi Allen has spent the last few months living in a yurt as the Poet In Residence at Tent City, one of Seattle’s migratory homeless encampments. The folks over at Tether Design Gallery volunteered their gallery space for an exhibit based on the experience, and features work artists both inside and outside of tent...Read...
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Martin Machado & Todd Freeman At Gallery Hijinks

Opening December 8th at Gallery Hijinks (2309 Bryant St.) in San Francisco: works by Martin Machado and Todd Freeman. The show is entitled, As It Was Before, and has a focus on artists that “use nature and science to reinterpret memories, fables and story telling.” Martin Machado Evidently, Machado will be sharing works of “an...Read...
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Catching A Coveted Calendar!

2011 is coming! To keep track of our ever-dwindling days, why don’t we invest in some calendars? I’ve got some top-notch calendar picks for you here… if you can call all of them calendars. Are some of these more poster-like than calendar-like? Probably. Buuuuuut, your grandmother’s stereotypical calendar just isn’t that cool these days, so...Read...
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Efflorescent Landscapes By Nicholas Bohac

Sometimes when the sunshine hits things just right, you see rainbows, and sometimes, leaves in autumn glow with an otherworldly quality. If Nicholas Bohac‘s depictions of landscapes are any indicator, the world he lives in is full of these moments. In his art, cobblestone walkways look more like gem-encrusted or candy-strewn paths, and electrical towers...Read...
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