Sunday, September 27, 2009
Member skills range from illustration, graphic design, photography, sculpting, painting, and vinyl toy design.
Friday, October 2nd Iosefatu Sua, OneSevenNine, Joe McSween aka 2H, and Darvin Vida will come together for a special exhibit of their current work.
Friday, September 25, 2009
Anyway, everybody should attend my first ever photo exhibition! It's part of the Fremont Art walk. Andrew Waits is showing too and is really talented. Will you come? Please? You can view my photography here to see what you're getting into.
Hope to see you there!!
Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Funny to say, Mazzy Star was an Alternative-Rock Band (now I realize it's more like Shoegaze) from the early to mid 1990's most widely known for their song "Fade Into You." Late night found me on 120 minutes with Matt Pinfield (the greatest show on MTV, EVER back when they actually played videos) and I was drawn to the haunting voice of Hope Sandoval, front woman of the now dormant group. As I usually do when I get completely obsessed with a band or whatever else I adore; I go out and buy every single album from their catalog.
You can only imagine my surprise in mid/late 2001 when I came across the album Bavarian Fruit Bread. Working for an internet company that provided digital media for online music retail giants; this allowed me access to some of the newest, oldest and greatest music, anywhere. An old love and obsession had reemerged in a different form as I embarked upon those first discoveries of love and the beautiful Emerald City in my early 20's. With new favorites such as "On The Low" and "Clear Day."
Bavarian Fruit Bread is the first LP from Hope Sandoval & The Warm Inventions which is made up of Hope Sandoval and former My Bloody Valentine drummer Colm O'Ciosoig and this Wednesday, September 23rd at The Crocodile (that's tomorrow) after all these years, I will finally get to see her (them) perform. I've heard stories of Hope having stage fright and playing shows late, if at all! I'd like to think that it's going to be a magical show and hopefully all those fears will have subsided...
We recently received a lovely package of prints from Milwaukee, WI artist Matt Cipov. You may recognize his work as he was our featured artist in the month of June 2009. He is an illustrator and graphic designer and since 2005 has been a self-employed artist and designer. You can read Matt Cipov's complete bio: here
Prints range from $7 up to $30. They make a lovely gift and add flair to any blank wall (or dorm room!)
Monday, September 21, 2009
If you don't know Plan B get to know'em.
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Have a pleasant day!