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Scion Does It Again.

Whoever is Scion’s Art Director or Head of Marketing is a genius. They always manage to sponsor extremely innovative art events to appeal to an audience that, in my book, probably wouldn’t even be the ideal Scion-purchasing candidate, but what do I know? They’re obviously still alive and kicking. Showcasing artists like AJ Fosik, Patrick...Read...
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Free Sheep Foundation Fixes Up TUBS.

(Photo courtesy of SlightlyNorth on Flickr) If you’ve been to the U-District in Seattle lately, you’ve probably seen a building covered with all sorts of graffiti on the corner of Roosevelt Ave. and 50th Ave. This is the handiwork of Seattle’s art collective, The Free Sheep Foundation, and dozens of Seattle artists, including Kinoko, No...Read...
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Grey Area – A Solo Exhibition By Boxi!

On April 9th, from 7:00pm to 10:00pm, the Carmichael Gallery is proud to present the first U.S. solo exhibition of UK street artist, Boxi. The show will feature spray paint on canvas and MDF, sculptures, limited edition prints, and site-specific installations. The “Grey Area” refers to ambiguity and blurred truth in everyday life, so there’s...Read...
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AntiSuccess By H. Mathis Is Confusing.

H. Mathis is quite the peculiar artist. He revels in AntiSuccess. He utilizes MySpace to get supplies he needs for art. He puts together secret art meetings (also with the assistance of CraigsList) that are so secretive that I don’t even quite understand them after reading about them in detail (see the beginnings of secret...Read...
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Bumblebee Hives Up On Telephone Booths.

Don’t be alarmed, folks! The bees aren’t really holing up in telephone booths because they’re dwindling in numbers anyway! This is just the product of California’s Bumblebee at work, turning abandoned phone booths into beautiful art installations. Here are the thought-provoking words he had to say about his work: “Telephone companies have been abandoning their...Read...
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Saimir Strati Makes Art Out Of Nails!

My mother sends me forwarded e-mail chains all the time. Most of them are not worth forwarding or even mentioning ever again. But once in a while, there are some artistic gems, and this is one of them. Albania’s Saimir Strati is one talented mosaic artist, but in this particular instance, he’s working with nails...Read...
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Jeff Koons‘ Giant Balloon Animals

Jeff Koons is a man with a plan. Twenty days ago, a modern art exhibit at Versailles ended, and on display there was a giant glass balloon animal, as shown above. We’ll come back to more about Jeff Koons later on, but for now, people in Berlin can be lucky enough to catch his work...Read...
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Myong Kurily Brings The World To Chicago

Myong Kurily has a whole lot of the world inside her, and it translates into her art. She’s an equal-opportunity artist who loves to paint on sheets of acrylic as much as she likes to paint on canvases. She likes incorporating Eastern-influenced animals as much as she likes using Victorian-styled female characters. Kurily might have...Read...
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