Month: August 2022

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Enter At Your Own Risk by Nick Flook

Enter At Your Own Risk By Nick Flook aka Flooko Published Issue 104, August 2022 Nick Flook aka Flooko is “the O.G astronaut painter” and takes his fans on adventures through original acrylic paintings and animations. This Toronto-based artist specializes in surrealism, space-themed work and impressionistic city and landscapes. See more of his work on …

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Skull Chug by Brianna Corn

Skull Chug By Brianna Corn Back Cover Issue 104, August 2022, Best of Birdy Published Issue 055, July 2018 Brianna Corn is an ambitious graphic designer, art director, type designer, photographer,  web designer and a plant mom. Working as a designer and art director, she has had the chance to take a deep dive into all facets …

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End of Line by Dave Danzara aka Lost In Time Designs

End of Line by Dave Danzara

End of Line By Dave Danzara aka Lost In Time Designs Published Issue 104, August 2022 Dave Danzara has spent most of his life creating art. Born and raised in California, Dave won a scholarship to Laguna Art Institute of Southern California in 1994. His influences can be found in pop culture, sci-fi, fantasy, film …

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Matt King: Forever Our Wizard by Joshua Davisson_MeowWolf

Matt King: Forever Our Wizard by Joshua Davisson

Check out Meow Wolf to read this article in online format, listen to and download a beautiful playlist honoring Matt King’s life and legacy, read tribute posts from his loved ones and Meow Wolf Co-Founders and for supportive resources. Long live Matt King. ❤️

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RedLine Presents: End of Silence — A Punk Survey by Gregg Deal

The End of Silence: A Punk Survey at RedLine Gallery By Gregg Deal Published Issue 104, August 2022 The ethos of Punk parallels the ethos of Indigenous people so profoundly that its resonance with Native people should be obvious.  Disenfranchisement, pushing against power structures that restrict, oppress or suppress, questioning and challenging authority are coupled …

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