Monthly Archives: February 2014

Strange But True: The Mighty Saturn!!!

I’m not really one for keeping bucket lists or things like that, but I still have a list of things I’d like to see before I kick the bucket, which isn’t going to happen anytime soon, since I plan on … Continue reading

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Tangled Up In Blue: The Art of Mel Kadel

I recently discovered the dreamy, swirling artwork of Los Angeles-based artist Mel Kagel and I was immediately drawn to the organic colors, forms and movement of her work, as well as her use of repeated graphic elements and slowly revolving … Continue reading

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Strange But True: Volcanic Distruption

You guys know that I like reporting the weird, the wonderful and the just plain WTF that I find on the Internet … things that you leave scratching your head wondering if they’re real or some ingenious digital representation … … Continue reading

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Go With The Flow: The Wavelength Art of The Brendan Monroe

At first glance, the undulating art of Oakland-based artist Brendan Monroe looks like it might have been torn from the pages of a physics textbook. And you may be halfway right, as Monroe says that his interpretation of the world is rooted … Continue reading

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Snowkyo: Clever Japanese Snow Sculptures

It seems that things have sure gone crazy with the world’s weather. From a Winter Olympics in 61-degree Russia to ice storms in the American South to floods brought on by torrential rains in England to a U.S. Eastern seaboard … Continue reading

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Holy Happy Valentine’s Day, Batman!

Happy Valentine’s Day to everyone out there, if you’re so inclined. Me, I’m not the most romantic guy, and being somewhat cynical, I generally see Valentine’s Day as the ultimate Hallmark holiday: something invented by the corporations as a cash … Continue reading

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Into The Woods: The Melancholy Art of Andy Kehoe

According to his rather strange yet humorous bio, Pittsburgh, PA artist Andy Kehoe was only three years old when his sea merchant father was killed by pirates on an ill-fated mission shipping pickles and kittens to Spain. After being thrown … Continue reading

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