Quirky Seattle artist person with odd ideas and thoughts. I generally post my artwork or the occasional micro-story.
Seattle's Macabre Market is happening Sunday, March 3rd at The Mercury! I'll have original art, prints, stickers and t-shirts available. If your in the area, stop by and see all the spooky creations for artists and crafters.
She brought him the usual gifts at first. A mouse, a bird. A ribbon for him to play with.
She would run up with her gift in her mouth and prrt cheerfully around it. And he would pat her head and tell her she was a good and clever cat.
Then it was a coin with strange markings. A pendant, warm to the touch. A piece of lightning-struck wood.
He never knew of the shadowy figures that followed him, but neither did he have to fear them.
She was a good and clever cat.
I vended at the Ballard Night Market last night, along with several other wonderful artist and creators. The art market scene in Seattle has been ramping up the last several years. I love how these events create opportunities for artists and crafters. The art market community is so kind and helpful!
Here is a photo of my table at the market.
Professor Jacobs knew he was meddling with forces beyond human comprehension. He cared little for the welfare of his fellow humans, especially when the pursuit of arcane knowledge was concerned. Morals be damned, his experiments would need to continue, if only for a little while longer. The voices from the void called to Jacobs, luring him with promises of unholy omniscience. He was incapable of ignoring such a call.
Art markets are popping up everywhere here in Seattle, from traditional outdoor ones to small, sub-culture focused markets in bars. While not necessarily new, this scene has been booming over the last few years in my city. I've vended at several myself.
I'm curious, are you seeing this in your city?
Sometimes all it takes is the correct alignment of sensory and other inputs to communicate with art those complex concepts
We're human, we can only see what we're able to see already!
When I heard about gentrification the first time I thought of dental flouride. Ive come a long way since then tstl. Lol
Art sorta bypasses that all, with a creator who understands a people theyre communicating with
I've been working to create a list of Seattle businesses that support local artists. While I'm sure I've missed a bunch, I think this is a good start.