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Monthly Archives: January 2007

Wurstminster Dog Show

Jason Sturgill’s latest Wurst Gallery project once again takes the online gallery into the real world, if only for one night at The Cleaners @ Ace Hotel (403 SW 10th). Over a hundred artists from Sweden to the Phillipines and from Hong Kong to Belgium (14 countries represented) have contributed work, each representing a different […]


The inauguration of the Portland Aerial Tram is this weekend, January 27-28 and in honor of the event, Crazy Coconut was asked by our arts and culture City Commissioner, Sam Adams, to design a Crazy Coconut commemorative t-shirt. For only $15, you can represent for the home team in the kind of brilliantly low-key, clever […]

Beautiful: Needmore for entermodal

Serendipity. We just stumbled on Needmore Designs‘ website for entermodal which must have launched only a minute ago (relatively speaking). We love the lush, atmospheric photography, hyperreal product detail shots, and deep content concerning the philosophy of entermodal…oh, and a little tune by Small Sails. It feels very grounded in Portland artistry—though its reach is […]

12X12 Tonigh

We were just days ago reflecting that the Christian Marclay retrospective that the Seattle Art Museum hosted in ’04 was one of our fave exhibitions in recent memory (the thought brought on by Marc Joseph’s show at the Cooley Gallery at Reed College which used images of album covers). Marclay’s work lives in and around […]

That’s What He Gets For Shopping Canal Street

Truth or fiction: It very well could be that Lou of the UNKL TinPo Fashion Victim crew was detained in the Netherlands by European Bailiffs who noticed that his tunic was covered in a pattern that “closely resembled” the gold-on-brown Louis Vuitton pattern. Surprise surprise. We could have told him that refashioning a Canal Street […]