Category Archives: Anna Sparks

Juxtapoz-Top 100

This is an awesome magazine, and this weeks feature is the top 100 galleries. Lots of art you can look at, here is a link a performance piece by ZEVS. http://www.juxtapoz.com/Current/zevs-new-performance-piece-on-the-streets-of-sao-paulo

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Letterpress + A company I would thoroughly enjoy working for

Invented around 1450 by Johann Gutenberg, letterpress was once the normal way for printing books, newspapers, posters, etc. Many commercial printing presses went out of business when digital litho, offset, and screen printing took over the market. Boxcar Press is … Continue reading

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Jen Graves on Appropriation

Her thoughts on the Image Transfer show we saw at the Henry.–> http://www.thestranger.com/seattle/appropriation-situation/Content?oid=5463573

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Local artist, Scott Rickey

Scott Rickey is a local artist who does screen printing and has a studio downtown called the Sweatshop. Open to the public on Saturdays, the sweatshop is located in the alley next to Pepper Sisters.  Very cool guy, and has … Continue reading

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MUSIC THIS SUNDAY!–>OZOMATLI

Show at the buff this Sunday, 11/7/10.  Tickets are $25, but its worth it if you like music! listen @—-> http://ozomatli.com/

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“If I wanted to write, I would have been a writer”

Seattle artist, Matthew Offenbacher has been working on a quarterly zine to encourage the conversation of visual arts between artists, as well as improve the quality of artists’ writings.  The zine is called La Norda Specialo and can be viewed … Continue reading

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French street artist, JR

In 2008, TATE Modern hosted an exhibit of 6 different street artists including JR, Blu, Nunca, and Os Gemeos.  The exhibit brought street art into the gallery, as well as outside, with large pastings on the outer walls.  Below are … Continue reading

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