Category Archives: Art

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A REDEFINE Community Art Project

Hey Seattlites! If you have been dying to contribute to REDEFINE, now’s your chance. Starting this weekend, you will find pieces of paper on posts throughout Seattle. These pieces of paper have an empty outline of a square on them, come with an attached pencil, and are rain-proofed by packing tape. Your mission, should you...Read...
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Victimless Jacket at MoMA… ew?

Uhhhh. This jacket, shown at the MoMA, was made of stem cells from mice and was fed nutrients. It died after five days due to some complication (they had to pull the plug). Yes, it is alive. Or I guess I should say WAS. Since it’s dead. More details here.
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A Wall-Painted Animation by Blu

Pretty much the most amazing thing you will ever see, by Blu. Blu did the animation and editing, with the assistance of Sibe. Music by Andrea Martignoni. Produced by Mercurio Film. Done in Buenos Aires. [Unfortunately, WordPress is not allowing embeds of this video, so you will have to click the link below.]
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Greenwood/Phinney Art Walk 2008

Bunches and bunches of art from the Greenwood/Phinney Art Walk yesterday! Enjoy! Let’s begin with my personal favorites from the entire walk… intricately painted and deeply thoughtful pieces by Seattle artist Don Farrell. This acrylic piece, on wood panel, is called “Metamorphosis of the Mad God.” Artist statement is as follows: “This somewhat abstract image...Read...
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Go Rilla Gallery’s Green Giants Art Show

For this group show, all of the pieces will depict each artist’s view on the ecological state of the world. Thanks to Aaron Kraten for these photos. On display not at the Go Rilla! Gallery in Santa Ana. Artwork by good ol’ musician / artist Susie Gheremani. Awaiting the name of this artist :) Two...Read...
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Ryan Bubnis Installation at Perihelion Arts, Phoenix

Came across a really cool and involved solo installation by Ryan Bubnis! The gallery seemed to give him an entire gallery world of his own. I particularly like the last installation and the adorable and awkwardly-shaped sculptures. Photography by Cecilia Singer. Where The Good Thoughts Grow Featuring new paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations from Portland...Read...
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First Thursday, Downtown Seattle, May 2008

After going to the THAW Fashion Show in Seattle’s SoDo district this evening and being slightly disappointed, I headed on over to Pioneer Square to the 619 Building. The ever fun 619 Building. CARRY5 SHOW First off, to the 5th floor to the Carry5 show, which took place in my buddy Jen’s space. Carry5 is...Read...
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