Just as Seattle artist Robert Hardgrave changed his website URL from the playful farmerbobsfarm.com to a more responsible roberthardgrave.com, he's stepping it up with his artwork. Last night's show at Joshua Liner Gallery proved it. A classy gallery with a reknowned reputation, Joshua Liner Gallery...

Greg Ferris is inspired by machines, architecture, and perhaps the mystical. Combine those things, and you get a shiny new .gif-fy take on what all those things might look like when worked together. Here's what Ferris had to say about this piece: "This particular work sprouted...

UK-based illustrator (and former Redefine cover designer) Andrew Wheatley now has some pretty cool items available for sale through Envelop, a site that allows artists and designers to put their works on a wide array of cotton products (largely household items, for the domesticated art...

With a Bachelors of Fine Arts and a Masters in Counseling Psychology, Laura Kimpton makes art that's even more diverse than her education; she has a wide array of gallery installations, Burning Man sculptures, collage works, and encaustic pieces under her belt. Showcased above is...

Artists of all different styles are constantly posting their work on REDEFINE's MySpace site, and once in a while, an artist posts something interesting. Philippe Jusforgues' collage works place awkward images of oddly-positioned humans atop vintage images of interiors and exteriors. The viewer gets the impression...

Experimental in its approach and haunting in its delivery, this album sounds a little bit like what a videogame or a film that was recorded from start to finish would sound like. Interludes with sounds of digging, distant voices, and police sirens make sure the...

Evidently Dave Barnes is a somewhat famous soul musician, but that's not the Dave Barnes we're talking about here. The Dave Barnes we're talking about is a Canadian artist and illustrator who combines gritty materials and dated colors with polished illustrations to form what he...

A few months ago, we stumbled across the layered textile works of Margot Lovinger and were blown away by the intricacies in her recreation of the human form using fabrics. Now another artist with a similar technique but much more detailed subject matter has caught our...

Two months ago, I received a black journal. It was the project of a fifth grade class, and my task was to add my contributions and then pass it on in a week's time. Although it was not a new idea to me, it was...

Jane Hammond -- her brand of collage and brightly colored illustration work is easily polarizing. My personal opinion is that while some of her collages are intriguing, a lot of her works seem to be rather unexpectional. The works here are some of my favorite...