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Christopher Mir Makes Chicken Scratch Enticing.

The childish use of color and scraggly linework of Hamden, Connecticut-based artist Christopher Mir are misleading; if these works strike you as digital MS Paint drawings made by a youngster, you’d be dead wrong. Herein lies the most well-rendered chicken scratch you’ve ever seen, set down with acrylic paints and enamel, and full of fascinating...Read...
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OM Announces New Record, Advaitic Songs + mewithoutYou Track Premiere, “February 1878”, From Forthcoming Ten Stories

mewithoutYou and OM are vastly different bands, but both of their releases have centered heavily on their own relationships to religion and spirituality. This post takes a slight peek into their pasts and what you can expect from their upcoming releases this fall and summer. Influences from Islam and Christianity abound on OM’s upcoming Advaitic...Read...
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Sacrilege – A Dark, Religion-Themed Group Show

Los Angeles’ Congregation Gallery has coordinated a host of artists to create works around the topic of dark religion. Many Seattle artists showed their works, including Don Farrell, Jethaniel Peterka, and Yvette Endrijautski. You can see some of the pieces, along with notes on why they were created, below. Don Farrell In The Light Of...Read...
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