Category Archives: Art

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Miroslav Sasek, Show Me The World, Please.

A vacation in Paris inspired Czech artist Miroslav Sasek to create children’s travel guides to big cities around the world. Illustrated in Sasek’s signature watercolor style, these large-format books from the ’60s are a timestamp in history and an interesting addition to any bookshelf. Sasek may have passed away in 1980, but his art lives...Read...
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Daniel Danger & Dan McCarthy Go Straight For The Heart.

I can scarcely think of a better pairing of artists than the current show at the San Francisco branch of Gallery 1988, which features gig poster artist Daniel Danger and Daniel McCarthy. Both artist create pieces with heavy nature elements, stark color contrasts, and grandiose underlying messages that truly, truly appeal to the heartstrings of...Read...
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cherri wood @ thinkspace.

“Raw, Imma give it to ya/ With no trivia/ Raw like cocaine straight from Bolivia.” Cherri Wood should really consider bumping the Wu-Tang at her exhibition at Thinkspace in Santa Monica. I’ll tell you why: because they both get it. They both get the fact that shxt doesn’t need to be polished to  be good....Read...
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Brennan Coyle‘s First Interview & Solo Show!

Brennan Coyle is one of the newest additions to Seattle’s burgeoning street art scene, and his first solo show is on display now at the Connection (former Snowboard Connection) near the Seattle waterfront. The show features a hodge-podge of drawings, paintings, and cut skateboard decks, all modestly priced to sell and to appeal to the...Read...
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