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Grow Me A Boat With Tessa Hulls.

Tomorrow night, March 12th, Tessa Hulls has a solo show at the Greenwood Collective’s Gallery, Urban Light Studios! Grow Me A Boat will feature new works by Hulls, which might look dainty from afar, but actually feature some really bold applications of paint, used together with inventive characters and a delicious color palette.
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Mark Mulroney‘s Murals & Sketches.

Artist Mark Mulroney can be extremely crude, with fluids and body parts galore, but that only serves to add character to his fascinating murals and sketchbook illustrations. This particular series of murals below interests me because of their atypical use of shape and space. It’s extremely uncomfortable, but that’s what makes it work. (His website...Read...
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This Week In Tumblr: January 31st, 2010!

There’s a lot of crap on Tumblr. Here’s our weekly update that sorts through the crap to bring you the best of the week. (Click here to add us on Tumblr.) This is a big week for photography, so hopefully you like that! There was a time when 3-dimensional-crafted shapes were all the rage on...Read...
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In Celebration Of Metropolis.

This is an old piece by Pietari Posti, but I just wanted to share it. In January of 1927, the beautiful silent sci-fi film Metropolis was born. In collaboration with underware.nl artists created modern remakes of their takes on famous movie posters. Here’s Posti’s rendition for Metropolis. The 6-layered silkscreen print even glows in the...Read...
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This Week In Tumblr: January 24th, 2010!

There’s a lot of crap on Tumblr. Here’s our weekly update that sorts through the crap to bring you the best of the week. (Click here to add us on Tumblr.) Rodney Smith‘s elegant vintage photographs. He also has 3,000 pieces of stock photography, browsable by keyword! Amazing! Mario Wagner fuses grungy textures with collage....Read...
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Illustrations By Grant Coghill!

Grant Coghill‘s illustration style seems initially rather familiar, but it’s neither here nor there. That’s a good thing. By falling in between a number of illustration styles, Coghill somehow manages to craft a unique, 3-color aesthetic with his works. A dirty block print-meets-photocopier grunge texture plays a huge role in bringing his pieces to life....Read...
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Adam Friedman Mixes Collage, Screen Printing, Acrylics & More Into Bizarre Landforms

With his most recent body of work, Adam Friedman combines traditional landforms with some truly interplanetary shit. His mixed media pieces initially come off a little like illustrations in a scientific textbook, but closer inspection reveals worlds where land is replaced by oceans and mountains by lava-like flows. It seems that physics as we know...Read...
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Peepshow Collective Redoes Their Website

UK collective Peepshow have re-done their website, and in honor of it, we’re going to feature a piece of work for each of their members. Hoorah!   The Beginning of the End for Illustrative ’09, by Luke Best Barefootin’ for Howies, by Jenny Bowers. After The Storm for The Telegraph by Miles Donovan. Wallpaper Arts...Read...
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Ego! Solo Show! Flatcolor Gallery!

Seattle-based artist Ego is one of the most technically-proficient street artists the city has seen as of late.   Nonetheless, one might be able to argue that Ego has defined his style of dark, detailed renderings of skully things and creepers so well that one can kind of expect more or less what to see...Read...
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