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Kevin Earl Taylor‘s Eerie Animals

Kevin Earl Taylor is a San Francisco based oil painter whose works often deal with somewhat macabre interactions of man and animal. Taylor melds masterfully executed, almost Audubon-esque paintings with a healthy dose of the macabre, and the end result is an arresting blend of naturalism and dark surrealism.
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“Stupid Has A New Hero,” Says Charming Baker.

UK artist Charming Baker is a funny dude, and it certainly comes through in his artwork. Take, for instance, his latest exhibiton, which features a painting of Michelle Obama with her face stitched together like a jigsaw and four rabbit paintings that have been shot through with a shotgun. Show details: NYSG, 154 Stanton Street...Read...
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Anna Wetzel At Some Space Gallery!

The entire month of May, Kansas-transplant-turned-Seattlite Anna Wetzel has a solo show at Some Space Gallery. Her works generally explore the relationship between human beings and animals, often bringing wild animals up close and personal, where they can no longer be ignored by people.   Ω
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Joe Van Wetering’s T-Shirts!

Joe Van Wetering‘s art is of a rare breed where his art actually looks better on t-shirts. Something in the way his lines spread their feathers over the contours of the human body really just works. Click on the images to buy the shirts! And, for good measure, here’s one of his deconstructions of landscape...Read...
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Works That Disturb, At Alphonse Berber Gallery.

Works That Disturb is an exhibition that continues through March 27th, 2010 at the Alphonse Berber in Berkeley, California. It certainly features some disturbing, wonderful things.   Annie McKnight‘s Untitled features bracelets made of… taxidermied mice. “Kim Ye‘s living sculptures connect artist and model, work and world in a collaborative act of animation. Crafted of...Read...
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Illustrations By Grant Coghill!

Grant Coghill‘s illustration style seems initially rather familiar, but it’s neither here nor there. That’s a good thing. By falling in between a number of illustration styles, Coghill somehow manages to craft a unique, 3-color aesthetic with his works. A dirty block print-meets-photocopier grunge texture plays a huge role in bringing his pieces to life....Read...
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Travis Lampe Goes All Out At Roq La Rue.

No one should be able to accuse illustrator Travis Lampe of not working hard enough, because it’s quite clear from his show at Roq La Rue that Lampe has got his shit together and his vision clear. As if coming up with a dozen amazing paintings isn’t enough, Lampe presents us with wood-cut panels and...Read...
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