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By Eric on 2006-04-06

Back from Paris, and I’m welcome to the daylight savings spring forward thing. So now I sleep late and wake up early. I’m getting into the waking up early part. The best is if I can do both — sleep late and wake up early. I get much more done, even though it’s just more work, which is always a lot. But since no one reads this blog. I’m gonna stop right here.

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By gr on 2006-04-06

Back from Paris, and I'm welcome to the daylight savings spring forward thing. So now I sleep late and wake up early. I'm getting into the waking up early part. The best is if I can do both -- sleep late and wake up early. I get much more done, even though it's just more work, which is always a lot. But since no one reads this blog. I'm gonna stop right here.

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GRNY Wounded But Not Broken – Caroline Hwang 3/25/06 – 4/19/06

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Art exhibition and reception Saturday, March 25th, 2006 | 6:30 – 10PM at Giant Robot New York 437 East 9th Street Between 1st Ave. & Ave. A New York, New York 10009 (212) 674-GRNY (4769) | www.grny.net Wounded but not Broken, Caroline Hwang’s first solo show at Giant Robotexplores the nooks and crannies of the heart, the vulnerability of love, the ache of love lost and the healing that follows. Hwang takes the cuts and scrapes of relationships and transforms them with fabric, stitching, paint and collage to create beautifully poignant work. In this show, Indian girls, wounded bears, piercing arrows and protective teepees all represent our desire to help heal one another and the caution...

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GRSF Easy Like – Greg “Pnut” Galinsky 3/25/06 – 4/26/06

[nggallery id=87]   Giant Robot SF Presents: Easy Like New works by Greg “Pnut” Galinsky 622 Shrader Street, San Francisco, CA 94117 March 25th – April 26th, 2006 Opening Reception: Saturday, March 25th, 6:30 – 10pm Giant Robot is pleased to announce a solo art exhibition with Bay Area artist, Greg Galinsky. Greg Galinsky’s images of Polynesian icons, nature, musical instruments, and decorative patterns evoke nostalgia and peacefulness. His sparse imagery, precise lines, muted color palette, and monochromatic backdrops create a strong graphic feel and very specific moods. This exhibit will feature works on canvas, glass, wood, and furniture. Originally from Southern California, Galinsky was influenced by skateboarding, surfing and living near the ocean. Galinsky studied at Otis Parsons School...

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By Eric on 2006-03-25

I’ve been working on graphics all day to get everything set up for the festivities next month. gr/eats turns one, and gr2 has an upcoming group show. Groups shows seem easier, but in the end, nooo, it’s a lot harder. More people, more coordination, and that leads to possible mistakes. This show is going to be a great one I think.gr-eats.comgr2.net

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