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A Reverse Shoplifting Tutorial with Ron English

( August 15, 2014 ) Learn about Ron English's "reverse shoplifting", his process of building elaborate diorama as reference, and more fun facts in this interview on Fastcocreate this week. Includes a stunning slideshow gallery with images from Status Factory. Read the rest.

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Boston Comic Con Recap

( August 14, 2014 ) As some may be aware and others may not, last year's Boston Comic Con was canceled due to the bombing at the Boston marathon. Time seemingly heals all wounds for the most part and intrepid Last Gasp salesperson, Jeri, made the trek to check out the BCC this year. Read the rest.

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Junko Mizuno at Gallery Nucleus - Sat August 16th

( August 13, 2014 ) Junko Mizuno will be at Gallery Nucleus in LA this Saturday, August 16th, with a solo exhibition and publication launch entitled SOL. Sol is a collection of 12 original works by Mizuno featuring iconography culled from both Japanese and American holidays. Read the rest.

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Laurie Lipton: Drawing It Out

( August 12, 2014 ) Eric Swenson has provided us with this video spotlight featuring master artist Laurie Lipton in her studio. Tune in to hear Lipton discuss her process, the LA art scene, and the fans & trolls that inhabit the internet. See the crazy bar and feather duster system she utilizes to ensure her hand never touches her artwork. Read the rest.

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Forbidden Activities For Neglected Children - Book Trailer

( August 8, 2014 ) Here's a video preview into the future fun times you'll have with Skinner's new book 'FORBIDDEN ACTIVITIES FOR NEGLECTED CHILDREN'. Available NOW! Read the rest.

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