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Zebras – Parasitic Clones Under The Strong Arm Of The Robotic Machine Album Review

Madison, Wisconsin’s Zebras play a peppy brand of chops-heavy sci-fi/dance punk, which I found myself enjoying thoroughly but ultimately not really connecting with entirely. There are some good ideas going on here, mainly in the form of keyboards and instrumental proficiency. These guys can obviously play, so I found myself oft wondering why they were...Read...
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Inua Blevins & Avail Do Graffiti Lightwriting In Bars & Cities.

Now at Lo-Fi Gallery is the Artifakt Art Collective‘s July photography show! Of particular interest are the lightwriting works of Inua Blevins and Avail. These long-exposure images are shot in cityscapes and crowded bars, giving a pretty distinct look to what is now a common effect. www.myspace.com/lofigallery www.artifaktart.org www.myspace.com/inua www.myspace.com/resol
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Saimir Strati Makes Art Out Of Nails!

My mother sends me forwarded e-mail chains all the time. Most of them are not worth forwarding or even mentioning ever again. But once in a while, there are some artistic gems, and this is one of them. Albania’s Saimir Strati is one talented mosaic artist, but in this particular instance, he’s working with nails...Read...
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PULSE Helps Children Through Music And Art

Tomorrow, thirty-five artists will come together to Staver Locomotive to create art that will be auctioned off to benefit The Children’s Heart Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to fund research to diagnose, prevent, and treat congenital heart defects. The event, called PULSE will start from 5:00pm. The artists will work side-by-side to create...Read...
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John Cederquist – Conservation Chair

Easiest my favorite piece from the deYoung Museum is John Cederquist‘s Conservation Chair, created in 1998. This thing was absolutely mind-blowing, and it was definitely interesting to hear an intelligent 8 year old girl (who was later reprimanded by her mother for asking what a “rave” was) give her analysis about the great perspective used...Read...
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Dean Zulich Photographer Interview

That Zulich only has a couple years of photography experience under his belt seems improbable, but what's even more striking is that it is proof that experience isn't always everything. Zulich's images are proof of his ability to push the bounds of innovation, and the result is a body of work that tells of an...
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Take A Psychedelic Journey With Zoomquilt

Speaking of zooming into shit, the Zoomquilt is the epitome of Flash zooming magic. A collaboration of multiple artists, the Zoomquilt is a vivid painted journey through numerous habitats, from deep forests to what could be the remains of a long lost empire. Imagine falling straight through a neverending world of randomness, and you might...Read...
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