Artist Guy Laramee offers an interesting take in his work on the oft-used phrase “print is dead”. In his own words from his artist statement: “My work, in 3D as well as in painting, originates from the very idea that ultimate knowledge could very well be an erosion instead of an accumulation. The title of […]

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For the 13th installment of our Journeys series, we follow along with Preston Richardson and friends on a short, but action-packed, exploration of Norway. We have developed some serious travel envy from this one. In Preston’s words: “We headed west from Oslo as soon as our flights got in at 9:00 PM. It was pitch […]

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Living in Southern California can become a little monotonous, with only small changes in the weather and the constant urban sprawl. The landscape changes drastically just a couple hours East, however, and Eli and crew decided to explore to escape their day to day routine. In his own words: “I had meant to plan a […]

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Melbourne winters can be brutal (for an Australian), so Lloyd Stubber decided to escape the cold and tour tropical Queensland. In Lloyd’s words: “Neither of us had ever been, but seeing that their winter is what they call the “dry season” and 25C, we locked it in without hesitation. Our plan was to pick up […]

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For the 10th installment of our Journeys series Ben Giesbrecht brought some of our shades along on an exploration of the prairies of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. Most people have an idea of Southern Saskatchewan as flat, boring land – in Ben’s words “When people think about Saskatchewan, they don’t often associate it with anything […]

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