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Creatures In An Aging World.

This is just a quick shout out to Portland, Oregon artist Andy Kehoe. Always set against backdrops rich with earthly hues and natural ornamentation, his ambiguous creature friends seem to infest a world that could either be seen as decaying or simply just aged with character, like an old photograph.
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Tadashi Moriyama’s Organic Cities

Tadashi Moriyama’s cityscapes are woven with tendrils of organic patterning, and his subjects are equal parts human biology and urban planning schematic. Moriyama’s blending of interior and exterior space creates an intense sense of movement in his pieces, and the eye is constantly shifting as his fluid linework directs the eye to every corner of...Read...
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Simona Cordero Captures Quirky Innocence.

Torino, Italy’s Simona Cordero paints mesmerizing watercolor settings of common childhood stories but manages to see them in a light that is neither exhausted nor exhaustive. Take for instance, Cinderella (below), which is Cinderella when one studies closely, but could simply just be a fanciful everyday situation. Or take the rabbit with hearts checkering its...Read...
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Monsters And Marilyns With Jesse Lenz! Genius! Genius! Glorious!

What happens when you mix two familiar faces together? The result can be scary, we’ve learned, from those image-generating programs that mash two adults together to create warped, inbred-looking potential children. But somehow illustrator Jesse Lenz has mixed Andy Warhol‘s iconic image of Marilyn Monroe with creatures like Frankenstein and dictators like Chairman Mao to...Read...
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Keep Portland Beard At The Tribute Gallery!

As if Portland didn’t already have a big enough reputation for being a beard-friendly city, The Tribute Gallery has a new show, titled Keep Portland Beard, opening tonight. But don’t worry: the opening itself isn’t until April 24th! If you’re not sure whether you want to turn out for the event, hopefully the images below...Read...
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Neill Cameron, A to Z!

Neill Cameron illustrates and alliterates his way from A to Z with his series, The A-Z Of Awesomeness. All of them feature zaniness and popular comic book or pop culture references. A couple of my favorites are below; please visit his website to see the rest.
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