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Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ July 30th, 2012. – August 5th, 2012.

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Share This.Art month is on it’s way out and we are sad to say that we are super bummed. We’re also sad to say that August will be our first theme free month in a very long time. The majority of August we will be a month of freedom where we just give you the good stuff until you bleed from your eyes, ears and mouth. But enough bad news Read More

An Illustration That Hits Holmes.

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Share This.The novelty of The Dark Knight Massacre has somewhat worn off for the media but a number of us are still processing the incident — especially those in the art community. The work we’d like to show you today is a piece done by our good friend Louisa Bertman. We’ve featured some of Bertman’s work in past, she’s much of a reactionary; holding a conversation with the world around Read More