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Art & Design | January 2017 | Fashionable Décor, Artisan Totes, and Apparel with a Punk Rock Ethos

Greetings readers! Happy 2017! It is a great joy to announce the release of these new artisan designs. The following items are the first release from an upcoming series, but are available now. Stay tuned for more print media and... Continue Reading →

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Prisma LAB | Vampyrohtechnix Media Gallery Archive

Colorful explorations of fancy and frolic with meaningless words written on rubbish bins and the dreams of electric sheep broadcasting until the sunrises. The outcomes are mix media collages that weaving together digital artistry with traditional design, "Mandala Sunshine" and... Continue Reading →

Eco Gallery

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Community Services Unlimited Pre-launch at Paul Robeson Center in South LA

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New Prints Now Availible

The Welcome To Autumn prints are in and will be available for special order as of Monday October 6th. Introducing new prints is always an exciting process and as is the culmination of detailed review and selection process. This is... Continue Reading →

Craft Night at The Craft & Folk Art Museum.

For Angelinos, summer is a time for outdoor concerts, festivals, art walks (the Northeast Los Angeles Artwalk is this weekend) and so much more than idle meandering at the beach. During the summer months there are a plethora of gatherings for... Continue Reading →

Happy (Belated) Mars Day

Every time a project reaches a cycle of completion I am filled with a sense of joy and pride. There really is something to be said about seeing a work come to life that makes me rather jubilant. This week's... Continue Reading →

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The 2014 Pasadena Chalk Art Festival

For over 20 years now the Pasadena Chalk Art festival has been adding color to concrete walkways of Pasadena. This year marked the 22nd year of the festival and my 4th year as a participating artist--wow, times flies. Back in... Continue Reading →

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