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Eatcho’s Website & Threadless T-Shirt!

Eatcho recently sent us an e-mail promoting his new Threadless t-shirt. After some confusion regarding who he was (since his e-mail name was not Eatcho, but “Rilbo Shaggins”), we went to his gorgeously illustrated website, and just had to share its sitemap-driven beauty. But while we’re at it, let’s promote his Threadless tee design, which...Read...
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Puddletown in Portland’s Compound Gallery

Living in the Pacific Northwest, one becomes used to rain and gloom, and after a while, it’s just a part of life and seasonal disorders seem nonexistent. Puddletown at Compound Gallery will feature artists’ takes on rain from Thursday, December 4th, 2008 (First Thursday) through December 24th, 2008. Here are some notable artists from this...Read...
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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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Blaine Fontana Vans Mural at Snowboard Connection

CLICK IMAGE FOR LARGER VIEW OF THE MURAL. This past Saturday, Blaine Fontana visited Snowboard Connection‘s flagship shop in Seattle to unveil his newest mural, brought to the store by Vans. Fontana’s huge 20″ x 4″ mural was shown to the public, alongside a dozen of his original pieces. He also did a book signing...Read...
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Ryan Bubnis Installation at Perihelion Arts, Phoenix

Came across a really cool and involved solo installation by Ryan Bubnis! The gallery seemed to give him an entire gallery world of his own. I particularly like the last installation and the adorable and awkwardly-shaped sculptures. Photography by Cecilia Singer. Where The Good Thoughts Grow Featuring new paintings, drawings, sculptures and installations from Portland...Read...
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