The Story of Maps: Art Show at Passable

Please join us at our opening party for the Story of Maps: An Art Show at Passable! /map/ a : a representation usually on a flat surface of the whole or a part of an area— Miriam-Webster What is a map? With modern tools of art, design, layers of data, and interactive technology, maps have evolved into complex tools for wayfinding and storytelling. In this group art show, we take a closer look at the artistry of maps in conveying stories of people, in place, over time and space. Participating artists include: Beanne Hull :: Benjamin Flaster :: Celestial Austin…

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Mad Scientist: A Collaborative Art Show at Passable

The mad scientist has become an iconic trope in modern media, denoting an eccentric genius, unbounded by societal conventions or concerns for safety in the throes of their experiments. While early depictions portrayed mad scientists as evil geniuses, cackling over concoctions, more recent trends laud the mad scientist as genius innovators pushing the bounds of what is possible through their advanced knowledge and skills. This art show highlights the thin lines between cutting innovation and hapless harm; playful creativity and madness; scientific curiosity and dangerous ambition…while also reminding us we all have a little bit of a mad scientist in…

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Timewarp Cyberpunk Pinball Seattle

The Totally Legit crew was excited in the past two years to take on our largest project yet — transforming a new pinball bar, called Timewarp, into a dystopian cyberpunk streetscape! Two year’s worth of art and effort went into the space, with participation from the whole crew, including the Timewarp owners. We cannot thank everyone enough for their contributions to this tremendous effort, it was truly our largest collaborative effort yet and super run! Here are some photos of highlights: Pinball Seattle Mural — painting by Shelly Farnham, light boxes by Brandon Traynoff, digital transformation by Jeffrey Larson Electronics…

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Swamp Thing Art Show at Passable Nov 10

Please join us for an art show exploring the relationship between humanity, science, and our environment. Artists include Jeffrey Larson, Shelly Farnham, and friends. Thu Nov 10, 5 – 9pm, at Passable, 1005 E Union Street, see map at https://CapitolHillArtWalk.com/ Why Swamp Thing? He’s a story of our times. When you meet the Swamp Thing, he’s born a man, a scientist, who through his own hubris and genetic experimentation becomes mutated into a monster. Over time, you learn he’s a monster that still appreciates natural beauty, protects the fate of The Green from man-made pollutants, and struggles to reconnect with his…

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