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November 3, 2012

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Fondle My Imagination, Please…

How one graphic designer is slaying the art world with flare…Too often do we take graphic artists for granted, these tamers of imagination, never realizing how difficult it is to draw obscure dreams or curiosities from an alien mind.

Art, Art Shouts

Red card for bullshit and deceit, oh sporting world!

It all started with a newspaper. Or tabloid, rather. I was standing outside my mailbox holding a blinding white envelope in my hands. The address read from England, and had only taken 5 days to cross the wide Atlantic Ocean to reach the confines of this paint chipped and rusted mailbox here on Vancouver Island.

Art, Art Shouts

En Masse, Pioneers of the Artistic Orgy

Distance prevents me from enjoying the ambiance of Montreal, the sea of creative madness that is currently churning in the historic architecture of original Canadiana. But alas, I am here, and you’re there, dear Montreal. See, this isn’t just a tragic love story of girl meets city that sparks a wild hunger to create helter-skelter and run away, throwing caution to the wind a-la Beat Poet promiscuity of the 1960’s revolution! It is much more fanciful than that. I met a fellow, through this world wide web.

Art, Art News, Artists, Interviews

Chalices of Science Consume Artists for Conversion

...What I am speaking of is the battle currently being forged in Halifax, Nova Scotia, between an institution of historic legacy, and Governmental budgetary.

Art News, Commentary, Culture

Marc Adornato: An Artist Repurposed in Canada

Thus was the beginning to my whirlwind introduction to the ravishing splendor of Marc Adornato, Canada’s newest sensation.

Art, Artists, Interviews

Crock-Shot: Cervical Deviance

Quipped as the "Female version of Movember"; The Julyna Project aims "To increase awareness of cervical cancer, and to promote healthy lifestyle choices in an effort to prevent the spread of HPV."

Art, Commentary, Culture

MTV Obesity

Is reality smut programming teaching our youth to be vain, sick, and unrealistic about their bodies and their lives?

Commentary, Culture
Kelly and Zack from saved by the bell on a motorcycle

Crock-Shot: Romance Snapped…

Canadian artist Meghan Clarkston discusses a broken heart, and how grotesque and brutal breakups can be.

Commentary, Culture

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