Monthly Archives: November 2010

“I Used To Throw Cats Vol II”

I Used To Throw Cats Vol ii — Cat Calendar 2011 by Paul Israel (click image, and click “preview” to see the entire calendar) Shameless promotion for my boyfriend, Paul Israel, who has a thing for photographing cats.  All cats … Continue reading

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Make.Shift promo video!

CLICK        HERE      TO      WATCH        MAKE.SHIFT       VIDEO! (I tried getting it to post in the blog but wordpress wouldn’t allow) Make.Shift is transforming an historic auto body shop into an all-ages arts … Continue reading

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Because this is really cute. Dir. by Dean Fleischer-Camp Marcel is voiced (untreated & unenhanced) by a genius named Jenny Slate Written by Jenny + Dean  

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Forgotten Works Challenge 10

Hey guys, here’s the info for Tinnel’s show that I mentioned earlier in class today. I’m just copying and pasting from the facebook event. Time Thursday, December 2 · 5:00pm – 10:00pm Location Seattle: Tashiro Kaplan building 115 Prefontaine place … Continue reading

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Shirin Neshat is an Iranian artist, educated in the US.  Much of her work deals with constructions of gender in post-revolution Iranian society. Here is her first film, Turbulent.  It is important to note that in the original installation, the … Continue reading

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Sarah Sze Installation

Sarah Sze uses common household items to build installations that relate to the environment. Sze use of random material is amazing. Check it out!

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I have been reading a lot of Richard Avedon lately, so I though I would post one of my favorite images from his series In the American West

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People Watching

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Got a flesh wound? Why not print some new skin?

This is too interesting not to post. Thank God for ink jet printers.

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85th Annual International Competition: Printmaking

First of all if you haven’t checked out The Print Center you must. While I know most of you print oriented people already know exactly what I am talking about because of the conference last year that does not mean … Continue reading

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