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Katmari Damacy– Oops, We Mean Julie Lindell!

Does anyone else out there really, really love the game Katamari Damacy? If you haven’t played it, the premise is very simple: you have a little ball you roll around, and you gradually pick up larger and larger objects until you have an amazing sphere of ridiculous chaos. You can roll up entire buildings and...Read...
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Anna Wetzel At Some Space Gallery!

The entire month of May, Kansas-transplant-turned-Seattlite Anna Wetzel has a solo show at Some Space Gallery. Her works generally explore the relationship between human beings and animals, often bringing wild animals up close and personal, where they can no longer be ignored by people.   Ω
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Celebrate Earth Day With Solar System Prints!

What better way to celebrate Earth Day (April 22nd) than by acknowledging our place within the cosmos as a whole? Well, okay, there might be better ways, such as getting out there and actually doing something (see the official Earth Day website for some ideas or get governmental by taking some ideas from the EPA)…...Read...
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Clipd Beaks – “Blood” Music Video

I personally would like to sum this video up with a YouTube comment (since we all know how educated and eloquent YouTube users generally are): “Great video, but not for the squeamish, squirmish, Amish or Hemophobic.” Well, then. Let’s just say the video certainly lives up to its song title. Directed by Nathan Budde.
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Jim Denevan Shakes Up The Earth.

Mover and shaker Jim Denevan sees the big picture. Like a movie director, all of his works — whether they be manipulations of sand and earth or more human-oriented experimental projects — seem to share a common thread of small details benefiting a larger whole. His food project, Outstanding In The Field, features a world-wide...Read...
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