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Adesina: (in)Visible Documents

“For Adesina, clay sculpture is a metaphor for life. Inner struggles become concept sculptures which become symbols– coded messages that personify strength. Clay is unpredictable and unapologetic. It doesn’t forget its folds, it explodes, cracks, and morphs under fire. It survives this process and emerges resilient. Its imperfect nicks and scars are markers of a unique journey from mold to set. …

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Graffiti Art Meets Humboldt State: A Student’s Aim To Incorporate Graffiti Art Into Fine Art

(Originally published 2014 in Humboldt State University’s newspaper, The Lumberjack). Humberto Montano grew up in a rough neighborhood where people put their energy into either graffiti or gangs. Montano was more interested in art than violence and that led him away from the gang-life and towards the spray can. Now, he’s a junior at Humboldt State University in the Honors …

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