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Theo Ellsworth and Alec Neal Create Ornate Art

At Portland’s First Thursday Art Walk earlier this week, I came upon two artists who reminded me of one another. While Theo Ellsworth‘s pieces seem more tribally-influenced and Alec Neal‘s seem more abstract, both artists combine a level of ornamentation and shape exploration to create intricate, moving pieces. Alec Neal’s Sejour Vacation Theo Ellsworth’s The...Read...
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Deuce 7 at BLVD Gallery

It’s been a while since an artist has completely blown my mind — especially in the urban art and illustration world — but Deuce 7‘s work did just that. They feature fantastically whispy lines, bright colors, and figures that walk the fine line between abstract and realistic. His pieces are somewhat juvenile like a child’s...Read...
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Take A Psychedelic Journey With Zoomquilt

Speaking of zooming into shit, the Zoomquilt is the epitome of Flash zooming magic. A collaboration of multiple artists, the Zoomquilt is a vivid painted journey through numerous habitats, from deep forests to what could be the remains of a long lost empire. Imagine falling straight through a neverending world of randomness, and you might...Read...
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