Artwork by Adele Crawford

“My love of the photograph began at a very young age, when I made my first album from loose family photos.  At that moment I became a passionate collector and interpreter of ephemera.  I collect what was once personal.  I activate stories through my creative process of dissection/alteration/reconfiguration.” To see more of the artist’s work, […]

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Project Transaction

Project TransAction is  based out of San Francisco, CA , offering uniquely stylish and durable screenprinted leathergoods.  All items are available purchase online and in selected independent retailers. Support your eco-friendly businesses!

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Synchronized Chaos – January 2011: Invention and Reinvention

Happy New Year! As we transition into a new year, we invite the opportunity to rethink and redefine our expectations about art.  We hope you enjoy the first issue of 2011, Invention and Reinvention, which features a potpourri of captivating contributions, from paintings and graffiti to sculpture and short stories. Contributors in this issue either […]

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Mascara Snake Poems by Simon J. Charlton

I write the days Days of strange habit and alien design Here there is a dislocation of reason and all its attendant securities Here fractured reflections out of broken mirrors I tunnel obsessively the failing interior Cast adrift within uncertain stories Carried by the music of songs as yet unsung I tunnel obsessively the failing […]

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Art by Marcos Shih

MarcosShih.com “My work entails visualizing urban scenes that impart a cinematic experience. An avid follower of current and past film directors, I often dream of compositions that evoke an alternate reality. I try to capture an emotional disparity and solitude that is often felt in an urban environment. Working in oils allows me to layer […]

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Art by Michael Campbell

Michael Campbell’s work has been exhibited internationally.  See more work at www.mcampbellart.com. Artist Statement: Abandoned science stations in remote locations, new frontiers, hostile living conditions, isolation, architectural decay in miniature; these are all common threads in the work of Michael Campbell.  The 1970s mark a strange point in US history. The upheaval brought about by […]

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Photography by David Pace

Website: davidpacephotography.com About these photographs: “Karaba is a small village in the country of Burkina Faso in West Africa. The workers carve the bricks by hand from a solid stone called laterite.  Laterite is rich in iron which gives the stone its bright orange color when it oxidizes. These durable bricks are the basic construction […]

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Vintage Collectable Sculpture and Assemblage by Monty Monty

www.montymontyart.com Artist Statement: “Assembled to create a theme, discreet items of interest and vintage collectibles are sculpted into a whole and unified form. I take cast-off objects of our throwaway society, antique collectibles, curios and sometimes family heirlooms and breathe new life into them, rendering new ways to look at old things. My approach is […]

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