Studio Artifacts: Alexis Arnold
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Studio Artifacts: Alexis Arnold

Studio Artifacts is an interview series, which invites artists to select, examine, and discuss some of the significant items they keep in their workspace and gives readers an intimate glimpse into their practice. Alexis Arnold is a San Francisco-based artist who uses natural and manmade materials to explore time, transformation, and visual experience. TUBE. Magazine: … Continue reading

Adventure Timing with Telegraph: Mt. San Gorgonio
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Adventure Timing with Telegraph: Mt. San Gorgonio

 “Adventure Timing with Telegraph’ is a monthly adventure brought to TUBE. from The Telegraph Hiking Club. Happy exploring!”   Mt. San Gorgonio Mileage: +/- 18 miles Difficulty Rating: Strenuous Elevation Gain: 5,422’ When to check it out: Year-round for the adventurous, or June through October to avoid the snow. Housekeeping: An Adventure Pass or National … Continue reading

See: The TUBE. and Crocker ArtMix Collaboration: Vintage Swank.
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See: The TUBE. and Crocker ArtMix Collaboration: Vintage Swank.

Once a year we team up with the Crocker Art Museum, in Sacramento CA, to curate their monthly event titled ArtMix.  This year the theme was vintage so we brought along some of our favorite local designers and stylists, a banjo and washboard player, traditional circus performers and a vinyl spinning DJ. We built a … Continue reading

A Concept of Glass
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A Concept of Glass

Citizen of Glass is an exploration of fragility, paranoia, and transparency. Danish musician Agnes Obel created the album to experiment with the German concept “gläserner bürger,”  or a human of glass. “I know I can’t communicate everything with music,” she says with a laugh, speaking over the background sounds of the Berlin cafe she is calling … Continue reading

Studio Artifacts: Diana Dich
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Studio Artifacts: Diana Dich

Studio Artifacts is an interview series, which invites artists to select, examine, and discuss some of the significant items they keep in their studios and gives readers an intimate glimpse into their practice. Diana Dich is a Sacramento-based artist who creates wire sculptures and drawings. Her recent sculptures explore her personal experiences with mental illness … Continue reading