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STREP THROAT II OFFICIAL DEBUT!

We will be having the official debut of Strep Throat September 6th at Silent Barn for Paper Jam!
Not only will we be selling copies but there will also be a screening and Q&A of the DVD upstairs!
It is such an honor to be amongst so many talented artists and we look forward to seeing you there!

Poster made by Laura Perez-Harris

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STREP THROAT II SO CLOSE YOU CAN TASTE IT!

They are hott off the press but just working on some final hand made details!
Thanks right! every single copy is special and different in it’s own way!
First off there are a couple differnet versions of the cover – but all content is the same.
Then silkscreened DVD’s are inserted and finally hand cut sticker translations for Caroline Sury’s comic placed!
It’s a crazy job but completely worth it!

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STORE IS ALLIIIVEEEEEE!!!

CHECK US OUT!!

Interested in selling your stuff?
email throat.razor@gmail.com!

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THROATS HOLIDAY CABANA!!

In preparation for our online store debut we have a physical space at the Secret Project Robot Holiday Sale.
ITS AMAZING!

our cabana contains work by:
Laura Perez-Harris
KJ Martinet
Leah Wishnia
Alison Dubois
Lale Westvind
Austin English
Clara Bessijelle Johansson
Catherine Stack
Nate Doyle
Jonathan Petersen
Molly Colleen O’Connell
Jesse McManus
Sakura Maku

COME BY AND BUY STUFF! LOOK HOW CUTE IT IS!

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HHHAAAAPPPYYYY HAAALLLOOWEEEENNNN!!!!

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STREP THROAT ON IT”S WAYY??

Just got back the first strep throat prototype!!

But will the Hurricane allow us to have it out by Brooklyn Comics Fest!!???

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STREP THROAT ON THE WAY!

STREP THOAT COVERS IN THE WORKS!

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Ann Muddy- Alabama Feature

Underemployed is leaving its New York City bounds to feature Ann Muddy: Here’s Ann:

“I’m Ann. I’m a self-taught artist living and working in a rural town in the middle of Alabama. I reside in a basement apartment with my boyfriend and three rats, all of which I love dearly. I am a homebody and I most enjoy sitting on my couch and drawing for hours on end. I love knits and tiny objects and childhood remnants. I collect vintage pillowcases, girls’ leotards, and cotton lingerie. I’m really interested in markedly feminine activities, like embroidery, used to break antiquated ideas about gender. I want to turn a ‘woman’s’ medium on it’s side while also reconnecting with my roots.

I’d really love to work at a gallery someday, or maybe be a printmaking professor. Involvement with artists whom i respect is something I’m always looking for. I’d love to do collaborations with people that really get my neurons firing. There aren’t many artists in my area that have any similar themes to mine, so I feel sort of separated from the potential social part of art making. I’d like for that to change very soon, which is why I plan to move to a larger city once I graduate.”

New York maybe? Any Alabama artists out there? Give Ann a shout: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kneescratch/

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Elise Courtois

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I  grew up in Encinitas, CA  close to the beach, surfing and apart of the beach culture, so  now that I live more removed from it, my work tends to carry obsessive undertones regarding my  water baby memories, even though they might be subtle. I   use objectifications of  my memory and familiarity to express concepts in my work.  Currently i am working on a series that  explores the relationship between cultism and celebration, I am interested particularly in the fanaticism and the human potential for it that seems to form from an instinctual, almost savage part of our behavior. I try for my paintings to seem naturally formed, existing separate from myself, but at the same time my work also relies heavily on the gesture and visible mark of me as the artist. Which seems super contradictory, but is strangely harmonious.
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I am currently looking for somewhere to exhibit  my work, to find a gallery that would love to work with me and maybe represent me. I am also always interested in commissions, residencies, opportunities of all kind. Really anything that allows my work to interact with others and the outside world. Ideally, I would want people to be more aware of the art I create, and for my work to be more a part of the art world. It’s sort of like how a parent wants his or her children to have friends- I carry the same sort of sentiment for my artwork.
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YAY STICKERS

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