Scott Albrecht's typographical fine art

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New York painter and graphic designer Scott Albrecht has a show of new work opening August 27 at San Francisco's Curiosity Shoppe. I wasn't familiar with Albrecht's work until now, but I find his fine art, typography, and woodworking to be very warm, rich, and modern. The show, titled "SOMETHINGMISTAKENFORNOTHING," runs until September 26. "The title of the show comes from a constant theme throughout the works, which deals with the idea of discardness within human interactions," he says. "There will be a bunch of new works as well as two prints, and a zine cataloging most of my more recent work." You can also see a nice selection of Albrecht's art on his personal site, Scotty Five Alive (Thanks, Maléna Seldin!)

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  1. That one right there looks like it was made in 1978. We used to have a dining room table that was refinished in that same greenish-oakish stain.

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