Category Archive: Art

Feathers of Celebration

Feathers of Celebration

Happy New Year everyone! I just returned from an epic vacation in Oaxaca, Mexico and thus am still processing all the new imagery taken on the …

 

Airport Lounge’n

Airport Lounge’n

Having a difficult time gathering my thoughts this week. It seems what with last week’s 12+ hour days and all the events happening in the …

 

Building Blocks in the Sky

Building Blocks in the Sky

This is a snapshot looking directly up at the Seattle Public Library. The building is designed by world-renowned Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, and definately worth …

 

Writing’s on the wall

Writing’s on the wall

Halloween has never been my favorite holiday. My typical line goes something like: “well as a graphic designer, I spend every day being ‘creative’, so …

 

Running in Circles

Running in Circles

Took the weekend off from going out or doing just about anything. Felt nice. The one time we made it out was to shop for …

 

Two Windows and a Scissor

Two Windows and a Scissor

I am choosing to believe this tag says scissor. I know I see an “e” in there and most certainly a “j” exisits; but as …

 

Five Dollars

Five Dollars

Went camping this weekend, and ended up at Walmart (of all places) to do some shopping mid-Saturday. Not sure how it happened, but laughed at …

 

Do Not Litter

Do Not Litter

A kind remembrance of stencil-lettering’s past, this week’s Graffiti Friday post takes a conservationist approach to the art. The blood-red paint drips down over the text, …

 

The sound of a thousand hooves falling

The sound of a thousand hooves falling

Found this painting by Ben Alexy in a local cafe and fell in love. Judging by the title, the entire piece is conceptually dedicated to …

 

Lone Soldier in Red Square

Lone Soldier in Red Square

Going through some truly stunning photographs showcasing China’s 60th celebration of communism this morning, I was reminded of this photo taken at the UC Berkeley …

 

Shadow of a Doubt

Shadow of a Doubt

Figured I would expand on yesterday’s post with another shot from the garden. The day was frigid-cold, and the wind was bustling and icy. Ill prepared …

 

Please Do Not Touch.

Please Do Not Touch.

This sign sits outdoors in the middle of Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park, amidst massive public works of raw, rusty metal. These are gravity defying beasts …