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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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Apenest: Buy A Print Or A Book!

Just stumbled across a few prints by printmaking duo Apenest when searching for a t-shirt of my eternal live performance favorites These Arms Are Snakes. This is their design: In fact, I’m not sure where one can attain this and am in the midst of conducting the appropriate research to make that known to this...Read...
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Pretty Pretty Prints From Johan Thörnqvist

It’s that time of year, so why not get some affordable art prints for friends and family? I’m talking a potential cost of less than $20 for each of these prints. Visit Johan Thörnqvist’s website to buy, buy, buy, and to view more prints. They’re laminated, they look lovely, and they feature some fun illustration...Read...
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Kate Puglsey‘s Illustrations

There’s a lot of personality to Kate Pugsley’s charming illustrations. Her figures traipse about washed out earthtone backgrounds looking somewhat forlorn but also vaguely whimsical, and their expressions give the indication that they’re lost in very far away thought. Her ladies also rock some pretty awesome Gorey-esque fur coats.
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Emily Glaubinger‘s Noodley Faces

I’ve always had a real soft spot for 1970’s illustration because everything looks as though it’s drawn with noodles. Yay for gratuitious wiggly lines everywhere! I love noodles, both as a drawing style and as a tasty snack. Mmm… Now I want noodles. Ok but anyways, I promise I am going somewhere with this– Emily...Read...
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Flying Lotus – Pattern+Grid World Album Cover Review (w/ Theo Ellsworth Interview)

The album cover for Flying Lotus‘ latest EP, Pattern+Grid World, features a close-up portrait of one of Portland illustrator Theo Ellsworth‘s intricate, feathery characters. With an album title like Pattern+Grid World, Flying Lotus certainly could have taken the artwork into any number of stereotypically “cool” directions, but instead, he chose to go with the soft...Read...
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Joe Vollan & Jose Rodriguez III At Flatcolor

Joe Vollan I feel like Joe Vollan‘s work is a love-it or hate-it affair. But if you’re feeling the well-rendered, cutesy details of his pieces, chances are you’ll be feeling them a lot. Below, a couple pieces that serve as throwbacks to another time, complete with costumed, skeletal figures. — Jose Rodriguez III I don’t...Read...
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Mark Dean Veca Combines Pattern & Street Art

I really like what Brooklyn artist Mark Dean Veca is doing with himself. He takes poppy street art characters and combines them with intricate patterns and ornamentation to create some large, pretty raw illustrations that kind of make it feel like you’re residing within someone’s innards. Beyond that even, though, he has some pretty creative...Read...
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Snag Some Bigfoot Works From Flatcolor Gallery

As of today, you have one more week left to snag some Bigfoot pieces from Flatcolor Gallery (528 First Avenue South, Seattle, WA) — lucky you! Snatch ’em up while you still can! The full-color painted pieces are not cheap, but I don’t imagine they’ll get any cheaper anytime soon. Luckily, there’s some diversity in...Read...
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