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Interior Decoration That Matches The Music You Like.

Interior Designer Irene Lovett matches images of interior design with music albums to create a sonic-visual mash-up of a non-projected, non-synthesized sort. Check these out for some ideas of what you might be able to do at your house! — THE INSPIRATION: THE RESULT: — THE INSPIRATION: THE RESULT: — THE INSPIRATION: THE RESULT: —...Read...
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Brusse Injects Love Into The Present By Recalling The Past.

Creating street art installations is one thing, but Brusse is turning a lot of his art installations inwards — into kitchens, bedrooms, and living rooms. With a series called Love Injections, Brusse takes carefully-planned messages of love and sprinkles them into everyday domestic settings, personalizing street art and showing his close relationship with the messages...Read...
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Robert Melee At The David Kordansky Gallery!

NYC-based artist Robert Melee‘s current exhibit at the David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles melts colorful shapes into a bare, white room. Figures draped with drapes of color and glossy wall hangings reminiscent of sheets of candy buttons pepper the space, inciting curiosity about Melee’s method and goals. The show is now on display through...Read...
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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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Troy Gua! Fulcrum Gallery! Closing Reception! TONIGHT!

Head over to the Fulcrum Gallery in Tacoma tonight for the closing night of Monument, Troy Gua‘s current amazing show exploring the effects of war on, well, the human body. There’s also an artist talk going on tonight, which should be interesting. Reception starts at 6:00pm, but though it’s the closing reception, closing night isn’t...Read...
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Aakash Nihalani Can Do Things With Tape Most People Have Never Considered.

In a couple days, street artist Aakash Nihalani will be featuring his tape art in an enclosed space (The Carmichael Gallery). Nihalani will be creating site-specific installations using brightly-colored tape, proving that simple geometric 2-dimensional shapes, when placed into 3-dimensional settings, can challenge viewers’ perceptions and spatial understandings. Below are examples of his non-gallery work:...Read...
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