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Silver Jews – “We Are Real”

This last month was the two year anniversary of the end of the Silver Jews, one of my favorite bands of all time. I decided that the weekly comic is going to be exclusively illustrated lyrics for the foreseeable future, starting with songs from the very last Silver Jews show. David Berman picked his fifteen...Read...
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Odyssey and Oracle: Dreamthink

The belated theme for this month is Odyssey and Oracle. I’m looking back as we plunge forward into the fog that is the new year. This comic is a story done two ways. The panels illustrate the story and the ribbon running through the comic has the lyrics of a song I wrote about the...Read...
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Weekly Comic By Rachel Hays!

Starting this Sunday, illustrator and comic book artist Rachel Hays will be contributing a weekly comic to REDEFINE’s art blog. The name and theme of the game will change on a monthly basis, and we’ll kick it off this month with . Here’s a piece she did recently. Get excited.
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Julia Chiang‘s Ring Pop Art

So much edible bling!! Brooklyn artist Julia Chiang created this dapper ring pop installation for a group show at Art Basel Miami. The ring pops slowly melt under the display lights, staining the walls as they disintegrate.
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Gaia at Irvine Contemporary Gallery

It often seems that something is lost when street artists show in gallery settings, but this  Irvine Contemporary show from Brooklyn based street artist Gaia is a welcome example of a successful transition from canvas-as-wall to canvas-on-wall.
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ladies love morning breath.

Rise and shine, suckers. Morning Breath is ’bout to knock you out with some effortless design. I’ve been checking out Morning Breath’s goods purely for their quirky typographic compositions, but I have to say, their illustration mixes are a sight for sore eyes too. The show should be off the hook, especially since they’re doing...Read...
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