This grainy video for "Grown Ocean" takes on a documentary bent, capturing the vibes of small, woodsy towns that could be as easily be set in the Pacific Northwest as in near the Appalachian Mountains. And perhaps this is the beauty of this video; without...

O'Death are an "American Gothic Country band" -- which might not seem to make that much sense, until you listen to their music while watching their music videos, which seem bizarre and ritualistic in a creepy, East Coast woodsy kind of way (and serving as...

Los Angeles artist, Joseph Powers Bowman, submitted some pieces to us which are making me eyeballs tingle! Bowman crafts them slightly like one might create a tessellation, which contributes to their wildly disorienting qualities. All of these pieces below begin with simple freehand line drawings,...

The plants here come from a really great botanicals book that I got at Powell's last week. ...

The belated theme for this month is Odyssey and Oracle. I'm looking back as we plunge forward into the fog that is the new year. This comic is a story done two ways. The panels illustrate the story and the ribbon running through the comic...

Go to Roq La Rue (2312 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA) on January 14th. It will be incredible. The opening, which will feature the mixed media photography and sculpture of the ever-talented Mandy Greer, the show sees Roq La Rue transformed into a multi-chamber installation. Textiles are...

Opening December 8th at Gallery Hijinks (2309 Bryant St.) in San Francisco: works by Martin Machado and Todd Freeman. The show is entitled, As It Was Before, and has a focus on artists that "use nature and science to reinterpret memories, fables and story telling." Martin...

It's hard to believe that these aren't computer generated, but Seattle's Justine Ashbee creates these detailed, morphing compositions using nothing but paint pens. Part topographic map and part biological form, Justine cites zen calligraphy and wave forms among her influences. ...

Seattle's First Thursday is massive; here are some selections from some galleries we regularly enjoy. And, can I just say? Seattle is really rockin and rollin this month, with tons of really excellent and innovative exhibitions. We just did the post for Portland's First Thursday,...