Category Archives: Art

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Skinner‘s Solo Show At The 111 Minna In San Francisco!

With a style that embraces creatures as well as tribal influences and sophisticated patterns, Skinner is an artist who truly knows his style, yet never becomes boring. Skinner’s pieces, which feature everything from helmeted guards to reptilian creatures and evil castles with faces, might remind you of a nerd’s favorite fantasy book by description, but...Read...
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The Great San Francisco Earthquake Is Relived In 3D.

The 3D Center of Art and Photography in Portland, Oregon, is a rarity in its own right. A non-profit museum/gallery, the Center features antique and contemporary 3D imagery in the form of everything from antique stereocards to computer-generated 3D art. On display now through May 31st, 2009, is The City Quakes: The San Francisco Earthquakes...Read...
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Grätüitöüs Umläüt Pays Homage To Heavy Metal!

Most of the artists featured at this month’s Punch Gallery show, the hilariously-named Grätüitöüs Umläüt (curated by Jacob & Justin Gibbens), are multi-disciplined artists whose styles are anything but conventional. Nonetheless, they have all been brought together by the brotherly duo to pay homage to the art of heavy metal. The image at right is...Read...
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Photographer Eirik Johnson Explores Logging & Sawdust In The Pacific Northwest.

Boston’s photographer Eirik Johnson captures images of decay in a way that makes them look not just gorgeous in their grunge, but truly sophisticated and somehow even positive. He has some pieces permanently in numerous institutions, including the Museum of Contemporary Photography, the National Fulbright Foundation, and the Joseph and Elaine Monsen Collection. Although the...Read...
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word to the wise.

Ben Zhu has done it again. The director of Gallery Nucleus has managed to muster yet another sick puppy of a show, but this time a serious panty buster. Tomorrow, Nucleus will be exhibiting the tricks of four ingenious Pixar artists [Don Shank, Lou Romano, Nate Wragg, and Scott Morse], prepared to drop somadat ancient...Read...