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The Letter Collector At Gallery Hijinks

The use of type and lettering in art is getting mad attention, and I’m not complaining. On March 5th, from 6:00pm to 10:00pm, Gallery Hijinks (2309 Bryant Street, San Francisco, CA) is showing off its interpretation of this, with The Letter Collector. This group show will feature work from 50+ North American artists of alllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll...Read...
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The Acorn – No Ghost Album Cover Review

For The Acorn’s latest album, No Ghost, band member Howard Tsui was enlisted to create the album artwork. The chosen cover piece, entitled Spectral Residue, is thematically appropriate, and showcases Tsui’s knack to draw influence from the supernatural. To quote Tsui’s artist statement about the series: “Abstract shapes and gestural brushstrokes are applied to rice...Read...
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Freelance Whale – Enzymes Music Video

To quote Green Label Sound: “In this video for Freelance Whales’ Green Label Sound single “Enzymes,” the band drifts in and out like shadows amongst the colors. The abstract lyrics called for a video loaded with special effects to mirror the song’s metaphorical richness. Co-directors Chunwoo Kae and Ryan Demler of Neue Films created a...Read...
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Unnatural At Golden Rule, Portland

Tomorrow, at Golden Rule, is an installation featuring works loosely themed around things that are Unnatural. Here’s what guest curator Aidan Koch has to say about this: “The idea of what is unnatural is of course, a very subjective matter. There’s a few things that could make the list without much debate, like freak accidents,...Read...
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Oil Paintings By Theo Altenberg.

Quite the vivid collection of oil paintings by Theo Altenberg, an artist living in Berlin. He is an extremely multi-discplinary fellow, and I highly recommend a visit to you website, where you’ll find text-based installations, art videos, music, photography, and performance art. (His oil paintings also remind me of the Iron Age album cover, which we...Read...
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Adam Friedman Mixes Collage, Screen Printing, Acrylics & More Into Bizarre Landforms

With his most recent body of work, Adam Friedman combines traditional landforms with some truly interplanetary shit. His mixed media pieces initially come off a little like illustrations in a scientific textbook, but closer inspection reveals worlds where land is replaced by oceans and mountains by lava-like flows. It seems that physics as we know...Read...
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Paula Stokes’ Bold Strokes At The Shift Studio.

For four more days, the works of Paula Stokes will be on display at the Shift Studio! A glass artist as well as printmaker based in Seattle, Stokes likes to explore human nature and psychology in her pieces, using the relationships among line, color, form, and texture in bold and interesting ways. www.paulastokes.com www.shiftstudio.org
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