Recent works by artist and designer Shawn Wolfe (that's me). Nauseously Optimistic features painted, photographic and sculptural works that sometimes evoke the artist's pre-millennial pre-catastrophe "Panic Now" campaign. Graphic creations take the form of rough-hewn signage drawing on the imagery and the daft/deft language of a mass-produced culture of crisis.
Show runs through August 30th.
Friday, July 18 2008 (tomorrow)
7PM - 9PM
Wall of Sound
315 East Pine Street
tel. (206) 441-9880
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