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Artist Interview: 11/17/2008  

Justin Skeesuck : Design and Photography

Justin Skeesuck's design has influenced San Diego's creative culture more than you may know. Numerous album covers, event posters and even this fine website bear Skeesuck's meticulous eye for detail. Read More...

Home Studio Founder Interview: 11/10/2008  

Down Home at The Habitat

The Habitat, in all of its stature, is a recording studio that presents small shows about twice a month. Physically, it is a one-story arts-and-crafts home, situated on an inclined street in Golden Hill. However, perhaps more accurately, The Habitat is Roy Silverstein. Read More...

Artist Interview: 10/27/2008  

Know Hope : An Interesting Dichotomy

Coming off his debut solo show, Tel Aviv street artist, Know Hope finds himself in an interesting dichotomy. How will his street art and gallery work coexist? We were lucky to meet this young, emerging artist and ask him a few questions, on and off camera. Read More...

Event Coverage: 10/20/2008  

Sezio Presents : St{art}er Home

Sezio is growing. We've planted a base up north in an 850 sq. ft. single family home. A humble house in Mountain View, California that is being demolished to make room for a growing family and a larger home, but not before it's given a proper commencement. For now, it's a live-in canvas, and open to the public. Read More...

Event Coverage: 10/13/2008  

Homework Show : Assignment 1

A sign of an emerging creative scene... artists taking things into their own hands. Inspired by a lack of community and venues for emerging, local artists, Steph Walker and Juliana Miloseski decided to host The Homework Show. Read More...