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Fab’s Favorite Female Artists

Showcasing Instagram accounts, leaving us inspired not tired Art, in whatever form you identify with, has always been something that is a part of all of our lives. You’ll hear “I only can draw stick…

Meditation in Landscape through Creative Process: The Desert Southwest (Part 2 of 3)

We are two artists dragging a lot of sand from one place to another. To trace the trails of water past and present is to empty our liquid bodies into this moving stream of time….

Travel Writer Gear Guide

As a travel writer and climber I’m often on the go. The transient life can be disorienting, so I take a few key items along to stay grounded and on top of the assignment, wherever…

Meditation in Landscape through Creative Process: The Desert Southwest (Part 1 of 3)

Follow a trail of pink powder into the canyon at dusk. (Collect your attention at the backs of your knees). Do you feel the slants of pink light stretching to touch you there? And falling…

B-Sides: Pivotal Moments with Logik

Everyone’s life has a moment whether they realize it or not. It can be fleeting, sustained, or somewhere in between and timing and awareness often dictate which. For some, it happens as a kid. For…

How to Finally Get Around To Publishing Your First Novel

Beau Flemister’s path to publishing his first novel, the recently released In the Seat of a Stranger’s Car–may not have been the most conventional. Born and raised on the island of Oahu, Flemister graduated with…

3 x 3: Meet the Artists of RELISH Seattle

Seattle’s culture, art, and creative scene is what draws countless people to the area. For years, it has become a defining character of the city, and of those who’ve chosen to call this unique place…

5 Travel Writers That You Should Be Reading

I have loved travel writing (fiction and nonfiction) since my early days being a proud owner of a library card. But what’s truly fascinating is how the travel writing of today has been largely overtaken…

The Art of Reciprocity: Connecting to Landscapes by Creating with Natural Materials

I start with observation. How does this place breathe? I want to feel it. How do the shadows move when the sun is harsh and low on the horizon? I want to follow them. What…

Spot Check: Larger Than Life Murals with Joe Nix

Seattle artist Joe Nix brings large-scale murals to life with his rattle can realism. That’s right, he uses spray paint. With over 15 years of experience, Joe’s murals are some of the most celebrated in…

The Farm/Art Dtour: A Midwest Gem

Driving through the Midwest can often be a drag. Nothing but corn fields and the occasional farm animal. Except there’s so much more to that when you stop and dig a little deeper.  That’s exactly…

Gig Posters: A Hallowed Art Form

Gig posters are an art form very close to my heart. Although intrinsically disposable, these pieces of advertisement are a hallowed art form to the initiated. Memorializing a single unforgettable show, screen printed concert posters…

My Own Way: JC Rivera Interview

Chicago muralist and artist JC Rivera has a pretty incredible story. He moved to the United States from Puerto Rico not knowing any English in the name of education and learned by watching Seinfeld episodes…

Print Ain’t Dead: How To Make Your First Zine

As the digital world has continued to be the outlet for which most creative output as delivered more and more creatives have looked for ways to make art in analog formats. From a resurgence of…