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Sink Layers Deep Into Gean Moreno‘s Work!

Gean Moreno‘s website hasn’t been updated in a while (since 2004), but his layered collage works are new to me. The pieces are like erupting geodes, or something — layers of patterned lava flowing outwards and engulfing one another! It’s like looking at layers of striated rock folding into itself. MMMMM. Where’s Moreno now? Is...Read...
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Zach Hill – “The Primitives Talk” Music Video

This Zach Hill video for “The Primitives Talk” features all sorts of bad video effects holding hands. Slow fades, hyper zooms, bad 3D modeling, transparent overlays, and, well, more bad 3D modeling. Conceptually, too, this video is almost so uninteresting (manicured fingernails being distorted, manipulated, and digitally collaged, basically) that it flips back into being...Read...
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Punk Collage Darling Linder Sterling

I just want to give a quick shout to the fine folks at Almost Velvet, who’ve done a quick bio and recap into the work of Manchester’s Linder Sterling, whose early work in Manchester’s punk and post-punk scene are still relevant today. Just look at the sheer number of collages popping up these days that...Read...
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Insound’s 10 For 10

The online indie shop Insound have put together a series of poster and t-shirt designs for a bunch of bands that are the who’s who of indie rock right now. Here are some of the posters from that series — the best ones, actually. Some bands got slightly unexciting creations (notably, Liars), but others really...Read...
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Pigment Transfers By Hollis Brown Thornton.

I first saw Hollis Brown Thornton‘s work on Tumblr and was immediately enamored with it. Her pieces have the aesthetic of a good collage, but with a much more organic quality thanks to the inherent randomness of pigment transfers. Her acrylic paintings and ink drawings have the same kind of feel to them as well,...Read...
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Paper Cut Portraits From Joey Bates

I stumbled upon Joey’s work last night at Assemble Gallery as part of the Greenwood/Phinney Art Walk. Assemble is a new space that’s only been open a few months, and their inaugural exhibits have showcased some really lovely work. I highly recommend wandering in to check them out! Joey’s website unfortunately doesn’t have any images...Read...
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Evan Blackwell, Todd Smith, Maron Resur, Craig van den Bosch @ Fremont’s First Friday Art Walk.

Tonight’s Fremont Art Walk is definitely something to look forward to. If you find yourselves out and about around then, you’ll see there are some pretty astounding works. Evan Blackwell @ (710 N 34th St., Seattle) This multi-disciplinary artist creates wonderful sculptures by melting down and reforming everyday plastic objects. “At the very core of...Read...
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Our Current Template Designer: Andrew Wheatley!

Our website’s current template design was created by UK illustrator, Andrew Wheatley. The three-month rotation of Wheatley’s work is close to its end, but this post is to celebrate his contribution to our magazine. Thank you! Enjoy some of his wonderful mixed media pieces that often revel in the absurd and surreal. See more works...Read...
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Femininity Through A Crosshair.

With her newest series, The Babe In The Target coming on display at Augen Gallery (716 NW Davis, Portland, Oregon) this June, Eva Lake uses photo montages and collage to explore the role of strong women in not only society, but history. Targets, circles, and women are recurring images throughout the series, but there is...Read...