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Apenest: Buy A Print Or A Book!

Just stumbled across a few prints by printmaking duo Apenest when searching for a t-shirt of my eternal live performance favorites These Arms Are Snakes. This is their design: In fact, I’m not sure where one can attain this and am in the midst of conducting the appropriate research to make that known to this...Read...
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Pretty Pretty Prints From Johan Thörnqvist

It’s that time of year, so why not get some affordable art prints for friends and family? I’m talking a potential cost of less than $20 for each of these prints. Visit Johan Thörnqvist’s website to buy, buy, buy, and to view more prints. They’re laminated, they look lovely, and they feature some fun illustration...Read...
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C.S. Neal Gets Sexual In A Poster Kind Of Way.

A fairly new print courtesy of Chris Silas Neal. I guess it’s supposed to be sexual. I mean, this alone maybe isn’t 100% proof, but this, combined with kind of images of pretzels and hot dogs next to mysteriously hairy bush-shaped objects certainly makes one think that. See the whole set on his website, where...Read...
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I Wonder by Marian Bantjes

This book just came out this month, and it features the work of Canadian graphic artist Marian Bantjes. I just wanted to draw some attention to it, as it is a beautiful book with some pieces that seem inspired by textiles and patterns of all kinds. Every page bursts with a different full-color layout, and...Read...
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Tara Jane O’Neil @ IPRC.

Tara Jane O’Neil is a musician and artist who will displaying her zine (entitled doodle book selections #3) at IPRC — Independent Publishing Resource Center TODAY for First Thursday. If you don’t know her work OR the amazing things that are happening at the IPRC, you should definitely stop by.
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Insound’s 10 For 10

The online indie shop Insound have put together a series of poster and t-shirt designs for a bunch of bands that are the who’s who of indie rock right now. Here are some of the posters from that series — the best ones, actually. Some bands got slightly unexciting creations (notably, Liars), but others really...Read...
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Limited Edition Chris Crites Prints!

Great Depression – 1930’s Los Angeles. Case Information Unavailable. 13″w x 18″h, edition of 10, $150.00 The fabulously talented Chris Crites has some lovely limited edition prints on sale. If you’ve wanted to own some pieces by Crites but couldn’t afford it, now is your chance. Some of these are limited to ten prints, so...Read...
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Lining The Universe With Images By John Malloy

By taking illustrations — often portraits — and cushioning them in variously-colored line art, fine artist and designer John Malloy has created a signature style for himself that radiates with energy and contrasts. Many of his music-related clients include but are not limited to KEXP, Minus The Bear, Paste Magazine, and These United States.
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Distance, Levitation, Interbeing… Tom Gallo.

There’s a lot of geometrical artwork floating around these days. A lot of it is shrouded in collaged backdrops and fancy borders, but Tom Gallo needs only lovely textures — largely of the wood grain variety — and shapes surrounded by negative space to create some really interesting works. These pieces aren’t overly busy, but...Read...
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