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scrapbook.: Winnie Truong. Artist. Toronto.

scrapbook.: Winnie Truong. Artist. Toronto.

%TITTLE% -    Photo: Arden Wray  Even more than its predecessor, Alvvays’ sophomore album, Antisocialites, is defined by its contradictions. The band’s jangly pop isn’t quite as lo-fi as it was before, but that cleaner sound doesn’t always make way for clearer songs. The album bounces between sharp, punchy... - http://9gags.site/alvvays-lives-up-to-its-promise-on-the-wonderfully-contradictory-antisocialites.html

%TITTLE% - Photo: Arden Wray Even more than its predecessor, Alvvays’ sophomore album, Antisocialites, is defined by its contradictions. The band’s jangly pop isn’t quite as lo-fi as it was before, but that cleaner sound doesn’t always make way for clearer songs. The album bounces between sharp, punchy... - http://9gags.site/alvvays-lives-up-to-its-promise-on-the-wonderfully-contradictory-antisocialites.html

Celebrating a half-century of all things Starfleet, Star Trek 50: Artists 50 Years is a wonderful art exhibit that kicking off at this year’s Comic-Con before hitting the road to Las Vegas, Toronto, New York, and other cities (the full list is here). But if you can’t make it to those, here are a few pieces from inside the exhibit in San Diego, followed by a few of our favorite pieces in the show.

50 Artists Commemorate 50 Years of Star Trek in This Amazing Art Exhibit

Star Trek: 50 Artists 50 Years – Hero Complex Gallery KHAN by Patrick Connan

Winnie Truong: Sugoi (2011): Pencil crayon on paper, 30 x 22 inches. Images courtesy the artist and Erin Stump Projects, Toronto.

Winnie’s latest works, a series of pencil crayon drawings titled “The Fringes,” explores the contrasting elements of beauty and the grotesque. -Out of Hi-Fructose magazine

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The Swamp Thing returns to battle the evil Dr. Arcane, who has a new science lab full of creatures transformed by genetic mutation, and chooses Heather Locklear as his new object of affection.

“I’m not a very political person. Really. Unless I hear speeches that are incredibly ignorant (the current Mayor of Toronto is not exactly my favorite person) or especially rousing! Michelle Obama’s recent opening speech at the Democratic Convention was one of those exciting moments to which I actually paid attention. Politics aside I like the Obamas. Watching her speech I imagined Michelle as the NEW Wonder Woman!” - Artist J. Bone

Bone has been illustrating comic books for over twelve years, but his image of first lady Michelle Obama as Wonder Woman stands alone among his many superhero portraits.

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