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Revelations To Revolutions, In Keith Murakata’s Sculptural Work.

Now at pun(c)tuation (705A East Pike St., Seattle, WA), are sculptural works by Keith Murakata. The series is heavil centered around comic book character Captain America, who, according to Wikipedia, first appeared in Marvel Comics’ 1940s predecessor, Timely Comics as an “… intentionally patriotic creation who was often depicted fighting the Axis powers of World...Read...
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Rake Hands & Skin Drawings.

Lynn Palewicz has quite specific visions for her artwork, which is generally based around sculpture — or, in this case, using the human form as sculpture — and photography. This series of skin drawings is astounding, and it’s a wonder inking and body art aren’t taken to this level more often.
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Greg Boudreau‘s Subtle Stencils

It’s always a pleasure to see stencils used in unorthodox ways, and Seattle artist Greg Boudreau provides some stunning examples of just how versatile the medium can be. Greg works predominantly on salvaged wood, and he manages to get some extremely detailed and unexpected atmospheric effects out of medium not usually known for its delicacy.
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Nick Cave’s Crazy Mixed Media Soundsuits

Prolific dancer/performance artist/sculptor Nick Cave (not to be confused with the musician Nick Cave– creative bunch, those Nick Caves) is one of my absolute favorite artists, and these images make it easy to see why. Nick uses everything but the kitchen sink in his modern folk costumes, and even when his performers are covered in...Read...
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First Thursday: Seattle, WA – Dec. 2nd, 2010

Seattle’s First Thursday is massive; here are some selections from some galleries we regularly enjoy. And, can I just say? Seattle is really rockin and rollin this month, with tons of really excellent and innovative exhibitions. We just did the post for Portland’s First Thursday, and Seattle’s is making Portland’s look like child’s play.  ...Read...
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3D Geo-Paintings, What What!

Just a quick note showing you what Matt W. Moore is going to be doing soon, cause I think it’s going to be so godamn cool… these shapes are just already so aesthetically pleasing. In his words: Super excited to begin work on this new series of 3D Geo-Chunks. The project is a collaboration with...Read...
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AJ Fosik‘s Powerful Folk Monsters

What’s not to love about these incredible sculptures by AJ Fosik? Channeling a combination of folk art and Tibetan religious imagery, Fosik creates some very imposing characters out of hand cut and hand varnished plywood. If you happen to be in the bay area (like I am right now! yay!), check out his show at...Read...
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Olek Crochets Like Mad.

Olek, born Agata Oleksiak, is a Polish artist who has chosen crocheting as her preferred art medium so that she can simultaneously watch movies and make art. This stuff is borderline (or maybe not so borderline) obsessive compulsive; one can only imagine that she is dreaming about crocheting while sleeping and thinking about it practically...Read...
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Canvas Suit By Robert Hardgrave

Robert Hardgrave is a REDEFINE favorite, so I just wanted to show you a pretty interesting thing he’s done with his leftover canvas scraps. He’s made a suit, of almost Hazmat proportions! I can’t imagine it smells particularly lovely, but it’s certainly a good way to reuse and recycle. The suit was created for one...Read...
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