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Decibel Festival 2012: Robert Henke, Biosphere, The Sight Below Live Show Review (Optical Series)

Now in its tenth year, Seattle’s Decibel Festival has grown from a tiny electronic celebration to a world-renowned music festival without sacrificing attention to detail along the way. From fabric wristbands to the notable lack of corporate sponsors — save for ones that directly affect the electronic music scene in some way — Decibel has...Read...
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Ian Ferguson Resides In A Separate Realm

By way of Seattle and San Diego, artist Ian Ferguson seems to finally have hit his artistic stride amidst the urban rawness of Chicago. This documentary takes a quick glance at the new direction of his works — with a special focus on large-scale works, paper cuts, and mixed media pieces that intricately render an...Read...
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2011 Year-End Respect For Album Cover Art: Digital Illustration, Drawing, Design

Our third-annual album cover art feature uses interviews with artists and musicians to highlight the philosophical, thematic, and conceptual significance of great album cover artwork. THE BREAKDOWN    12 Collage + 14 Digital Illustration, Drawing, Design + 19 Illustration, Painting, Drawing + 8 Black And White Photography + 22 Color Photography + 6 Deluxe Packaging...Read...
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Song of Tent City at Tether Design Gallery

Poet Mimi Allen has spent the last few months living in a yurt as the Poet In Residence at Tent City, one of Seattle’s migratory homeless encampments. The folks over at Tether Design Gallery volunteered their gallery space for an exhibit based on the experience, and features work artists both inside and outside of tent...Read...
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Brin Levinson‘s Moody Cityscapes

As of Last Thursday, Brin Levinson has some pieces from his Paradise Urbania series, on display at Optic Nerve Arts (1223 NE Alberta Street, Portland, OR). These pieces combine some excellently rendered images of Portland bridges, and what they might look like if wild animals were to roam on or around them once again. Through...Read...
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Tadashi Moriyama’s Organic Cities

Tadashi Moriyama’s cityscapes are woven with tendrils of organic patterning, and his subjects are equal parts human biology and urban planning schematic. Moriyama’s blending of interior and exterior space creates an intense sense of movement in his pieces, and the eye is constantly shifting as his fluid linework directs the eye to every corner of...Read...
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VITAL – Airport Music Video

This video for VITAL’s new song, “Airport,” is a dreamy exploration of light and distance. The best part, I’d say, is that it’s abstract, but still ties into the song’s themes. Dazzling! Download the band’s EP for free. Directed by TAKCOM.
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