• Nike Melo Commercial - Now Shooting

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    A little bird told us that W+K is in the middle of shooting a Nike commercial with Carmelo Anthony at the Broomfield Event Center. Anyone have any more information on this?

  • Friday Night at Andenken Gallery: The Art of Borf

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    Borf is in the water. Borf doesn’t sleep. Borf systematically attacks the infrastructure of the totality. Borf is a foulmouth. Borf eats your homework. Borf brings you home for dinner. Borf is the dirt under your fingernails. Borf is the song that never ends. Borf gets down. Borf gets up. Borf is your baby. Borf is neither. Borf is good for your heart, the more you eat the more you. Borf is. Borf knows. Borf destroys. Borf is immortal. Borf pulls fire alarms. Borf scuffs the gym floor. Borf is looking through your mom’s purse.

    The Art of Borf Andenken Gallery – Tonight November 7th 7PM – 30th & Larimer – Artist will be in attendance

  • Lisa Wharton's Online Art Sale

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    One of our favorite local illustrators, Lisa Wharton, today began the first of her quarterly online art sales. There are 42 choice pieces for sale, priced right. Each piece is a one-of-a-kind silkscreened monoprint on 3/4 inch birch plywood. Good Xmas presents to be sure (if you’re into that whole giving thing).

  • Saturday Night: Square Footage

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    SQUARE FOOTAGE is a group show open to artists in all mediums. All work must be exactly one square foot. Submissions are to be received at Plastic Chapel before close on Friday, November 7. Entry fee is $10. The opening reception is Saturday, November 8, 7PM – 11PM at Plastic Chapel – 3109 East Colfax, Denver. There will be PBR.

  • New Rant: The Rant: Big, Smelly, Hairy Guerrilla >>

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    This week, Felix begs you to keep your guerrilla caged.

  • Touché From Mighty Karma

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    In response to our post earlier this a.m. poking local shop, Mighty Karma, to send us some work, the following has just arrived in our inbox.

    Here is a little self-promotion that is still in the works over here at Mighty Karma. We are trying to bring the hand-craft back into Graphic Design. This piece was produced on a small budget using ONLY black and red Sharpies and a piece of paper we found in the recycling bin. We are hoping to make it into the Print annual with this one!

    We knew you guys had it in you. One question, though. Why a Thanksgiving chicken? Sort of anti-American if you’re asking us.

  • Killer New Campaign From Denver's Mighty Karma

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    (Calling the Mighty Karmen and Karwomen! Send us something great you’re working on to fill this space, would you? People want to see it.)

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