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DJ Constantine ‘Connie’ Price’s Soul Picnic: Music Playlist 004

Hey, everybody. My name is Dan Ubick, but I go by Connie Price when I spin records or get behind the drum kit. Call me Dan or call me Connie (short for Constantine, my middle ...

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Kazuki Takamatsu Imagines Escape Through Haunting Winged Portraits

Ask anyone and they’ll tell you 2020 was a rough year. Sprawling wildfires, impeachment, and a novel virus with strange side effects top the year in bad news. One artist imagines escape from the bonds ...

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DJ Constantine “Connie” Price’s Soul Picnic: Music Playlist 003

Hey everybody, my given name is Dan Ubick. I’m a music producer, musician, record collector and part time writer from California, also known as Constantine “Connie” Price when I get behind the drum kit or ...

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DJ Constantine “Connie” Price’s Soul Picnic: Music Playlist 002

Hey everybody, my given name is Dan Ubick.  I’m a music producer, musician, record collector and part time writer from California, also known as Constantine “Connie” Price when I get behind the drum kit or ...

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‘Art Collector Starter Kit’ Group Show Invites Art Enthusiasts to Get Their Paws on Affordable, Pint-Sized Work

‘Holographic Barbie Dreamworld’ by Paris Hilton Less may indeed be more, to the novice art collector. The annual Art Collector Starter Kit exhibit lets budding art enthusiasts get their paws on small, affordable works from ...

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DesignerCon Online 2020 Makes Lemonade: A Quick Review + Recap

As the saying goes, when life gives you lemons make lemonade. And there is no doubt 2020 has been full of lemons. Incredibly some people figured out how to make lemonade too. DesignerCon founder Ben ...

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Chie Yoshii’s Lush Paintings Bring Mythical Archetypes to Life

All images courtesy of Chie Yoshii and Corey Helford Gallery At first glance, the women in Chie Yoshii’s latest series, Myth, resemble classical goddesses. Their soft, airbrushed features recall Botticelli’s blushing Venus emerging from the ...

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DesignerCon 2020 Heads Online for First Ever Virtual Expo

All images courtesy of DesingerCon Annual underground art show DesignerCon is back with another dose of geek-chic fun. This year the show skips its regular appearance in Anaheim, and instead heads online to avoid the ...

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DJ Constantine “Connie” Price’s Soul Picnic: Music Playlist 001

Hey everybody.  So, I go by Connie Price when I get behind the drum kit or spin records but my given name is Dan Ubick.  Call me Dan, call me Connie (short for Constantine, my ...

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Linda Vallejo & Man One: Artists On Politics and Being Indivisible in America

“The idea of uniting all nations, all creeds, all colors, all genders, all races, all orientations, always interests me because of the intersection between that philosophy and the actual work. That’s a difficult road to ...

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Indivisible 2020: Political Art Exhibition Opens Online October 24

It’s that time of year again. As November 3 approaches, Americans are lining up to cast their ballots in the 2020 election. This year there’s enough political unrest and pandemic-induced anxiety to leave a sour ...

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Culver City Arts + Helms Bakery District Celebrates 2020 Not Real Art Grant Recipients (VIDEO)

Public art video installation at Helms Bakery District in Culver City, Ca. In an effort to find comfort and connectedness through art, architecture, and design, Helms Bakery District in partnership with the Culver City Arts ...

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NOT REAL ART Honors Its 2020 Class of Artist Grantees With an Exclusive Online Exhibition: 7pm October 8: Join Us!

In an empty room, a woman sits, nude, unadorned, her face hidden by a thick wave of blonde hair. This composition assumes itself again and again in Gershon Kreimer’s photographic works. The people change, but ...

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Arinze Stanley Captures the 21st Century Black Experience with Hyperrealistic ‘Paranormal Portraits’

Nigerian artist Arinze Stanley spends hours refining the details in his hyperrealistic charcoal portraits of everyday people. In a statement about his new body of work, Paranormal Portraits, opening virtually October 3 at Los Angeles’ ...

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Adventures In Design’s Mark Brickey Is Grateful

“If I've learned one major lesson since the middle of March when the ‘pause-demic’ started, is that you cannot undervalue what it means to have a community.” The ‘About’ section of Adventures in Design founder ...

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