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Tanya Batura At James Harris Gallery In Seattle!

Now through June 19th at James Harris Gallery (312 2nd Ave. S., Seattle, WA), Tanya Batura will be showing her earthenware and acrylic life-sized human forms. While picture-perfect from some angles, her creations are flawed from other viewpoints — the faces crumpling at scarred points and missing complete cross-sections.
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Evan Blackwell, Todd Smith, Maron Resur, Craig van den Bosch @ Fremont’s First Friday Art Walk.

Tonight’s Fremont Art Walk is definitely something to look forward to. If you find yourselves out and about around then, you’ll see there are some pretty astounding works. Evan Blackwell @ (710 N 34th St., Seattle) This multi-disciplinary artist creates wonderful sculptures by melting down and reforming everyday plastic objects. “At the very core of...Read...
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Katmari Damacy– Oops, We Mean Julie Lindell!

Does anyone else out there really, really love the game Katamari Damacy? If you haven’t played it, the premise is very simple: you have a little ball you roll around, and you gradually pick up larger and larger objects until you have an amazing sphere of ridiculous chaos. You can roll up entire buildings and...Read...
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Make Art, Use Tea Bags!

This post and these images are taken from Yanko Design. Created by Yuree S. Lim and Jieun Yang, this might be a prototype rather than an actual product. I can’t be sure. In either case, I constantly have the problem of not knowing what to do with my teabags after using them (I generally resort...Read...
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Doktor A Yo-Yo At The Steve Brown Gallery!

There’s been some hype about these limited edition yo-yo’s, strangely enough, and today, a new one comes out! Whose? Doktor A‘s! Yo-yo’s are limited to 45 pieces, with a limit of two per person (not that you couldn’t get your mom and sister and brother and best friend and cousin to buy them all up...Read...
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PALATE: Presented By Scion!

Because Americans aren’t obsessed enough with food already, Scion has an upcoming show (May 22nd through June 12th) curated by Zio Fulcher. It will be taking place in Culver City, with free valet parking (fancy!) and an open bar (fancier!)… with art from Clare Crespo, Jeph Gurecka, Scott Hove, Tamara Kostianovsky, Alan Macdonald, James Reynolds,...Read...
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Elsa Mora’s Layered Papercuts

All papercuts require an obsessive attention to detail, but Elsa Mora’s beautiful pieces are almost three dimensional in their intricacy. Mora manages to create texture and depth in a difficult medium, and the end results are nothing short of stunning.
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