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Solar System (by Sepehr Nabi)

Solar System (by Sepehr Nabi)

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Comic by James Jarvis. 

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Comic by James Jarvis. 

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Lorenzo Oggiano’s Quasi-Objects is a series of 3D generated forms “that aims to stimulate thought and dialogue on the progressive relativisation of natural forms of life as a result of techno-biological evolution.”
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Lorenzo Oggiano’s Quasi-Objects is a series of 3D generated forms “that aims to stimulate thought and dialogue on the progressive relativisation of natural forms of life as a result of techno-biological evolution.”

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luclatulippe:

Henry Miller had the same issues focussing on productivity in 1933 as we do today. Of course, he had the added advantage of living at a time without Facebook or Tumblr. 
I particularly like no. 7.: “…drink if you feel like it.” Oh wow! I do that!
(Thanks to my husband for finding this!)

luclatulippe:

Henry Miller had the same issues focussing on productivity in 1933 as we do today. Of course, he had the added advantage of living at a time without Facebook or Tumblr. 

I particularly like no. 7.: “…drink if you feel like it.” Oh wow! I do that!

(Thanks to my husband for finding this!)

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Can’t wait for this — Beauty is Embarrassing, a documentary on artist Wayne White.

(Source: youtube.com)

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Jillian Tamaki’s Super Mutant Magic Academy is my favourite thing on the Internet.
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Art Project

Jillian Tamaki’s Super Mutant Magic Academy is my favourite thing on the Internet.

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Art Project

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fairytalemood:

art by Daniela Terrazzini

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Hey folks: I’ll be part of a group pop-up art show here in Vancouver this week. Curated by Mark “Atomos” Pilon, Moon Base 3.0 will celebrate the spirit of his former Moon Base Gallery, which closed back in 2002. Here’s a full list of the participants: 

Atomos, Holly Anderson, Dacosta, ESM, Hobo Devine, Jeff Burnette, Robert Chaplin, Holly Cruise, Rob Elliot, Pam Fairfield, Rod Filbrandt, Mia Hansen, Jon Izen, Indigo, Jodi Jacyk, Mariya Karpenko, Luc Latullippe, Jamie Mason, Josue Menjivar, JP Holeka, Bonnie Reid, Robot Rob, Steve Rolston, Andrea Tucker.

Two dates to join us: 
Thursday, November 10th, 7pm (this week!)
Friday, November 18th, 7pm
(via Moon Base Gallery)

Hey folks: I’ll be part of a group pop-up art show here in Vancouver this week. Curated by Mark “Atomos” Pilon, Moon Base 3.0 will celebrate the spirit of his former Moon Base Gallery, which closed back in 2002. Here’s a full list of the participants: 

Atomos, Holly Anderson, Dacosta, ESM, Hobo Devine, Jeff Burnette, Robert Chaplin, Holly Cruise, Rob Elliot, Pam Fairfield, Rod Filbrandt, Mia Hansen, Jon Izen, Indigo, Jodi Jacyk, Mariya Karpenko, Luc Latullippe, Jamie Mason, Josue Menjivar, JP Holeka, Bonnie Reid, Robot Rob, Steve Rolston, Andrea Tucker.

Two dates to join us: 

  1. Thursday, November 10th, 7pm (this week!)
  2. Friday, November 18th, 7pm

(via Moon Base Gallery)

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It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of Scott C. So I am totally in love with his new book, Amazing Everything: The Art of Scott C, a collection of wiggly-lined, happy-faced watercolour illustrations and paintings.

Scott manages to infuse each brushstroke, each little dude with happiness, optimism, and joy. His is a refreshing and original voice in the world of picture-making, and this book is a sure-fire pick-me-up, reminding everyone who reads it just how fun drawing can be.

The book is sadly missing his Great Showdowns, but maybe that means we can look for a Great Showdowns book in the future? Let’s hope.

But wait! Did you know he actually has two new books out? He also illustrated a picture book for kids called Zombie in Love, written by Kelly DiPucchio, about an undead fella named Mortimer (get it?) who looks for love in all the wrong places. These are good times for Scott C fans.

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"Moonshine: Artists after dark" is a short, enjoyable documentary showcasing the personal work of several artists who work at DreamWorks. 

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Man Bartlett: "$," A Document.

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manbartlett:


(view the document here)

So in keeping with my thoughts from yesterday about finances, I’ve decided to follow through on a tweet from last night and make my finances public.

Thank you to everyone who sent me private messages relating your stories. They were helpful and inspiring.

Artist Man Bartlett has created the public Google Doc “$” that shows his income and expenses.

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"Smarts" are "small arts" by Eric Hancock.

"Smarts" are "small arts" by Eric Hancock.

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Robert Wittman, author of "Priceless: Pursuit Of Stolen Art" interviewed on NPR