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Get Your Tote Bags And Aprons By Andrew Wheatley!

UK-based illustrator (and former Redefine cover designer) Andrew Wheatley now has some pretty cool items available for sale through Envelop, a site that allows artists and designers to put their works on a wide array of cotton products (largely household items, for the domesticated art freak). Wheatley’s items include his almost Alice-in-Wonderland-like Tea Party Tote...Read...
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Design a T-Shirt For The Yeah Yeah Yeahs!

The YYYs have put out a request for fans to design the t-shirts for their next tour! View the full details are at http://www.yeahyeahyeahs.com/tshirt/, but here’s what Miss Karen O has to say about it: “Hey Folks, all us YYYs have been avid collectors of t-shirts over the years, what can we say, WE LIKEY...Read...
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Hope Perkins Glams Up Taxidermied Animals.

Austin’s Hideout is an improv comedy club, concert venue, art gallery, and coffee shop all in one. A recent stint in this all-in-one haven led me to the eye-catching works of Hope Perkins, who, in this particular case, morbid curiosity and neon colors transform the taxidermied heads of animals into cleverly-named, slightly strange works of...Read...
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Eatcho’s Website & Threadless T-Shirt!

Eatcho recently sent us an e-mail promoting his new Threadless t-shirt. After some confusion regarding who he was (since his e-mail name was not Eatcho, but “Rilbo Shaggins”), we went to his gorgeously illustrated website, and just had to share its sitemap-driven beauty. But while we’re at it, let’s promote his Threadless tee design, which...Read...
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KnittaPlease! Be Raised In Craftivity!

Most of us have probably been to craft fairs. They’re usually the same ol same ol rehashing of vendor after vendor setting up on fold out table after fold out table. Raised in Craftivity, curated by Maria Buszek, features crafty art that is less practical and more exciting. Whether it be embroidery, woodworking, beadwork, ceramics,...Read...
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Fiber Optic Wallpaper By Camilla Diedrich? What’s Next?

Camilla Diedrich is a Swedish designer who does all sorts of installation and textiles works, including some pieces for IKEA (what any good Swede should do)! Wallpapers, in their current common incarnations, haven’t quite lived up to their previous glories during the Renaissance and Victorian eras, but Diedrich’s newest “Nature Ray Charles Wallpaper” is bringing...Read...
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Seattle’s Canvas Gallery Blows Minds Yet Again

Since it carved out a hole for itself out of what was formerly the Snowboard Connection, the Canvas Gallery has really set itself apart from other galleries in the Pioneer Square area. Its prime location right below the 619 Building and its selection of diverse artists spanning numerous mediums makes any trip to Canvas an...Read...
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Laura Breitman’s Textile Art at UC Davis!

A few months ago, we stumbled across the layered textile works of Margot Lovinger and were blown away by the intricacies in her recreation of the human form using fabrics. Now another artist with a similar technique but much more detailed subject matter has caught our eyes. A new solo show at the Richard L....Read...
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