Monthly Archives: May 2009

Full of Pryde this Thursday at Floating World

Portlanders, when you are out and about for First Thursday, check out Floating World’s benefit show.From Jason, Owner of FW: My good friend Douglas E. Sherwood (Oni Press) proposed a tribute showbased around his favorite X-Men character, Kitty Pryde. His … Continue reading

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FPO

The Under Consideration crew have launched a brand spanking new project. More in their words: FPO is a new blog dedicated to both the visual stimulus and the detailing of the development and production of printed matter: Annual reports, books, … Continue reading

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This month at the Launchpad Gallery

There’s a great installation up at the Launchpad Gallery in SE: Well FinishedA Mixed-Media Installation byMicki Skudlarczykon view May 1st – 31st, 2009Launch Pad Gallery534 SE OAK STPortland, OR 97214 From the Launchpad owner, Ben Pink: Micki Skudlarczyk’s initial proposal … Continue reading

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Tokyo Art beat tee shirt

My new shirt for Tokyo Art Beat is now available in their shop. The elusive custom green and pink colorway pictured above is available only at Beams T in Japan. — plazm blog has moved to http://blog.plazm.com — — plazm … Continue reading

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PDX Fest 2009!

Once again, PDX Fest is serving up a full smorgasbord of alternative cinema, so get ready to dive in! Up ahead we have five full days of jam-packed cinematic fun featuring a whole mess of visiting artists, video installations, live … Continue reading

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A Scary Thing Happened in the Backroom of FEMA

FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, has removed an educational coloring book from its web site after criticism that the cover might not be helping kids deal with disaster as intended. The cover (and an interior page) features the World … Continue reading

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