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Photographer Eirik Johnson Explores Logging & Sawdust In The Pacific Northwest.

Boston’s photographer Eirik Johnson captures images of decay in a way that makes them look not just gorgeous in their grunge, but truly sophisticated and somehow even positive. He has some pieces permanently in numerous institutions, including the Museum of Contemporary Photography, the National Fulbright Foundation, and the Joseph and Elaine Monsen Collection. Although the...Read...
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Jasmine Zimmerman’s Bottle House at Bumbershoot

This year, Seattle’s arts and music festival, Bumbershoot, has followed in the steps of festivals around the world and gone carbon neutral. What that means is they’ve paid for all of the carbon that needs to be offset, including that created from round-trip travel for performers, and that which is created as a result of...Read...
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Dung and Dunger Buffalo Poop Paper!

In this green day and age, people are constantly trying to find alternatives to paper. Now comes an alternative you may not even have heard of. POOP PAPER. That’s right — paper made of poop. Buffalo poo is the newest star in this movement of animal poo products, brought to you by the cleverly (and/or...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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Manufactured Landscapes (2006) Documentary Film Review

Canada, 2006, 90 minutes, 35mm English Manufactured Landscapes is an unusual treat for anyone who is interested in the world at large, and in man’s involvement with the world. Although clearly a film that makes you contemplate your connection with the environment, the film is not outwardly politically-motivated or explicit about its stances on environmental...Read...
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