Category Archives: Art

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Canvas Suit By Robert Hardgrave

Robert Hardgrave is a REDEFINE favorite, so I just wanted to show you a pretty interesting thing he’s done with his leftover canvas scraps. He’s made a suit, of almost Hazmat proportions! I can’t imagine it smells particularly lovely, but it’s certainly a good way to reuse and recycle. The suit was created for one...Read...
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Sink Layers Deep Into Gean Moreno‘s Work!

Gean Moreno‘s website hasn’t been updated in a while (since 2004), but his layered collage works are new to me. The pieces are like erupting geodes, or something — layers of patterned lava flowing outwards and engulfing one another! It’s like looking at layers of striated rock folding into itself. MMMMM. Where’s Moreno now? Is...Read...
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Kate Puglsey‘s Illustrations

There’s a lot of personality to Kate Pugsley’s charming illustrations. Her figures traipse about washed out earthtone backgrounds looking somewhat forlorn but also vaguely whimsical, and their expressions give the indication that they’re lost in very far away thought. Her ladies also rock some pretty awesome Gorey-esque fur coats.
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I Wonder by Marian Bantjes

This book just came out this month, and it features the work of Canadian graphic artist Marian Bantjes. I just wanted to draw some attention to it, as it is a beautiful book with some pieces that seem inspired by textiles and patterns of all kinds. Every page bursts with a different full-color layout, and...Read...
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Bodies in Urban Spaces

A group of Manhattan dancers led by choreographer Willi Dorner took to the streets of Manhattan to call attention to the overlooked grace of the nooks and crannies of urban environments. Check out his website for further images from his Bodies in Urban Spaces series!
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Emily Glaubinger‘s Noodley Faces

I’ve always had a real soft spot for 1970’s illustration because everything looks as though it’s drawn with noodles. Yay for gratuitious wiggly lines everywhere! I love noodles, both as a drawing style and as a tasty snack. Mmm… Now I want noodles. Ok but anyways, I promise I am going somewhere with this– Emily...Read...
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Ian Stevenson T-Shirts!!!

We interviewed Ian Stevenson a bit ago about his bizarre and sarcastically hilarious drawing style. Well, it seems his style translates extremely well to some juvenile t-shirts, and 8Ball in the UK has a good selection on sale HERE. Below are some of my favorites. Get yours! (Available in guys and girls sizes!)   Read...Read...
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A Night Of Spiritual Conjuring And Discourse.

Portland artist, Mia Nolting, has been invited to participate in an artist residency at Halo Halo screen printing studio in Toronto, Canada. To celebrate the change of season, and raise funds to support Mia’s participation in this residency, ms.ms. will be hosting a seance-inspired event at the Together Gallery (togethergallery.com), this coming Friday, the 22nd,...Read...
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