Category Archives: Art

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Explosions Of Color Sarah Moli Newton Applebaum

Ever since interviewing Chandra Bocci way back when, I’ve been looking for another 3D artist that utilized shapes and textures in a way that felt equally powerful to me. I haven’t really found one… until today, with the work of Sarah Applebaum! By weaving fabric into patterns that are just bursting with color and texture...Read...
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Punk Collage Darling Linder Sterling

I just want to give a quick shout to the fine folks at Almost Velvet, who’ve done a quick bio and recap into the work of Manchester’s Linder Sterling, whose early work in Manchester’s punk and post-punk scene are still relevant today. Just look at the sheer number of collages popping up these days that...Read...
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Tara Jane O’Neil @ IPRC.

Tara Jane O’Neil is a musician and artist who will displaying her zine (entitled doodle book selections #3) at IPRC — Independent Publishing Resource Center TODAY for First Thursday. If you don’t know her work OR the amazing things that are happening at the IPRC, you should definitely stop by.
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Sun Wu-Kong Reinvented

Sun Wu-Kong is a character in Chinese lore that I grew up with, so it is of particular interest to me that Alexis Gideon will be reinventing it in rock opera form. This will be showing at Disjecta at 8:00pm on September 3rd. Check out this description: A one-hour multimedia video opera based on the...Read...
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Joe Vollan & Jose Rodriguez III At Flatcolor

Joe Vollan I feel like Joe Vollan‘s work is a love-it or hate-it affair. But if you’re feeling the well-rendered, cutesy details of his pieces, chances are you’ll be feeling them a lot. Below, a couple pieces that serve as throwbacks to another time, complete with costumed, skeletal figures. — Jose Rodriguez III I don’t...Read...
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Mark Dean Veca Combines Pattern & Street Art

I really like what Brooklyn artist Mark Dean Veca is doing with himself. He takes poppy street art characters and combines them with intricate patterns and ornamentation to create some large, pretty raw illustrations that kind of make it feel like you’re residing within someone’s innards. Beyond that even, though, he has some pretty creative...Read...
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GET OUT! Summer At SAM, With Trenton Doyle Hancock

Every couple years or so (literally), the Seattle Art Museum changes out the installation they have on display at the Olympic Sculpture Park. The next installation round, which runs from August 28, 2010 to March 4, 2012 at the Olympic Sculpture Park’s Paccar Pavilion, will feature the colorful works of Trenton Doyle Hancock. It’s unsure...Read...
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