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Beginning With Trey Speegle, Ending With YOU.

The folks at Betrimon Contemporary (514 West 24th Street, 2nd Floor, NY, NY) certainly know how to do it right. If you head in there a couple times this week, you can see works by Trey Speegle (through March 5th) that are on their way out! They are a part of a paint-by-numbers-inspired series entitled,...Read...
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Tessa Hulls At Bherd Studios, Tonight!

Since she has a show at Bherd Studios tonight (8537 Greenwood Ave N Suite 1, Seattle, WA), it’s about time we draw some attention to the work of REDEFINE staff writer, Tessa Hulls! The pieces here will not be the same as the ones in the show tonight, but they’re a part of an interesting...Read...
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The Acorn – No Ghost Album Cover Review

For The Acorn’s latest album, No Ghost, band member Howard Tsui was enlisted to create the album artwork. The chosen cover piece, entitled Spectral Residue, is thematically appropriate, and showcases Tsui’s knack to draw influence from the supernatural. To quote Tsui’s artist statement about the series: “Abstract shapes and gestural brushstrokes are applied to rice...Read...
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Obsessive Repulsive With Skinner, Ryan Bubnis, Jesse Reno

Flatcolor Gallery does an ace thing once again, with Obsessive Repulsive, curated by Ryan Bubnis! Bubnis, alongside Jesse Reno and Skinner, will be displaying new works that are simultaneously adorable and depressing/brutal, and the freedom each of them has when creating new forms is evident. Check out some images from the show below… ryan bubnis...Read...
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Gnarled, Hellish Forms, From Katie Brookes

Herein lies the works of London-based artist Katie Brookes, who creates gently-crafted works of intense subject matter! First and foremost, a fair warning: the thin lines of her imagery seem better-suited for an etching on a copper plate, to be studied in real life, than it does for viewing on a digital medium, at low...Read...