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A Glimpse of Shami Noir

A Glimpse of Shami Noir
Shami Sosa (a.k.a. Shami Noir) is a musician and visual artist who uses street art to promote both his music and a larger idea of The Self. Shami Sosa 2013. Street art, Los Angeles, CA. (Image Credit: Shami Sosa) Mackenzie Wilson (MW): Why make street art to promote music? As opposed to flyering or putting up more typical promotional material? Shami Sosa (SS): Street art speaks to everyone. Young,... 

She Art: A Collection of Feminine Objects

She Art: A Collection of Feminine Objects
When I first spotted She Art’s pinup-embellished sign, I was simultaneously intrigued and on guard. What should I expect from an art and vintage shop dedicated solely to the female figure? Objectification or feminism? Upon entering the welcoming Andersonville space, however, the vibes were definitely of the latter, accomplished through a wonderfully overwhelming diversity and eclecticism. Each of... 

The Logan Square Comfort Station: In the ‘Art’ of a Community

The Logan Square Comfort Station:  In the 'Art' of a Community
Last fall, as the end of sweater weather drew near, three local artists took advantage of the final surge of Logan Square outdoor market goers to breathe new life into a neighborhood landmark.  If you live or work in the area, you’ve probably passed by it a hundred times, that little Tudor-style building across from the Logan monument.  For years the building dubbed the “Comfort Station” sat... 
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