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Good Vs. Evil Zine #5!

Issue #5 of Good Vs. Evil zine features 84 pages of art on the theme of “Man Vs. Metal”! It’s limited to 150 copies. Not enticed? Here are some sample images for your eyes! Artists in the issue include: KOKOFREAKBEAN MICHAELA COLETTE ZEKE CLOUGH ALEXANDER BINDER ARNE MENSCH BENEDIKT RUGAR JON VAUGHN JASON OVERBY E...Read...
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Introductions Group Show at Davidson Gallery

Seattle’s Davidson Gallery presents the work of three emerging new printmakers. Ellen Heck, Carrie Lingscheit and Matt Rebholz turn out a strong show featuring diverse styles that still manage to feel cohesive. Also included is Matt Rebholz’s series of twenty prints exploring the Golem, a Frankenstein-esque creature from the annals of Jewish folklore.   Carrie...Read...
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Stencil Posters?

Stencil matrices pasted up on wooden planks and carefully removed selectively = stencil posters. It’s a technique developed by street artists Sten & Lex. It’s a hard to explain unless you see it in action. So… watch this video and then check out some images! STEN LEX stencil poster from STEN on Vimeo.
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Some Fun Things From Pawling Print Studio.

These works from Pawling Print Studio really speak for themselves. Sister duo Janet and Trisha create patterned works for the home, and make bland everyday objects a little less so. It’s the little things that count! (They also use recycled materials. Can’t complain there.)  
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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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Print-Your-Own Christopher Davison Print!

It’s easy for artists to be really sketched out about sending around 300dpi images of their works, because 300dpi is print quality; anyone who gets their hands on a 300dpi image can print a copy of an artist’s work. Luckily for art lovers, Christopher Davison is not too concerned with this issue. In fact, he...Read...
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In Celebration Of Metropolis.

This is an old piece by Pietari Posti, but I just wanted to share it. In January of 1927, the beautiful silent sci-fi film Metropolis was born. In collaboration with underware.nl artists created modern remakes of their takes on famous movie posters. Here’s Posti’s rendition for Metropolis. The 6-layered silkscreen print even glows in the...Read...
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The Black Rock Collective Card Deck!

I’m tired of boutique card decks that are too lazy to make custom cards for every card and instead only give a little bit of love to face cards. The Black Rock Collective‘s new card deck gives artsy fartsy equal-opportunity treatment, creating super slick cards that would seem right at home at urban boutiques everywhere....Read...
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Buy The Label 228 Street Art Project Book!

We wrote about this more than two years ago, but it’s about time for a refresher! Once upon a time, artist Camden Noir came up with a community street art idea. Dubbed the Label 228 Project, the idea encouraged any artist to draw, paint, sketch, collage, or otherwise put their imprint on the free priority...Read...
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