Issues: Issue 248 - August 2009
The Artists of Craft Lake City
The alternative craft scene in SLC is alive and kicking. 70 artists will be featured in SLUG Magazine’s first annual Craft Lake City festival. Here is a sneak peak of some of the talented people who will be there. … read more
Real Life Renegade, Andy Leyba
“I’m a cutter, that’s why they call me Scratch,” Leyba let me know. Andy has a rich history of violent, aggressive, drunk behavior that has kept him in jail for the better part of the past decade.
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Localized: Negative Charge, Dubbed – August 2009
August’s Localized features three punk bands that seem to hold their high-energy performances together with a healthy (and sometimes excessive) amount of booze. Negative Charge and Dubbed each had plenty of booze-fueled stories to share with us. Check out the show with openers Desolate on Friday, August 14 at Urban Lounge. … read more
Craft Lake City Artist: Gentry Blackburn
Everything Gentry Blackburn makes is immediately recognizable as her own. Her style evokes a sense of playfulness and nostalgia. … read more
Craft Lake City Artist: Chelsea Stephenson
t’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s … Chelsea Stephenson with Soaperhero! She’s here to get you clean and smelling good with—dog poop soap? That’s right, one of Stephenson’s made-from-scratch, melt and pour soaps is shaped like a piece of dog shit, but don’t worry, it smells like apple cinnamon coffee. … read more
Craft Lake City Artist: Claire Taylor
Claire Taylor has an abiding love for animals. Wolves, lambs, pigs—subtly anthropomorphized beasts are her adopted symbols. … read more
Craft Lake City Artist: Carrie Eldredge
When not slaving away, Carrie Eldredge spends her time recycling. She recycles things that other people have discarded into her own art. … read more
Craft Lake City Artist: Julie Stutznegger
Julie Stutznegger is a busy lady. She has no time for bullshit, she is frequently performing with her punk band and working as a full-time artist. … read more
Not Your Grandma’s Craft Fair: Beehive Bazaar
The Beehive Bazaar was first held a few years ago, in a house that Call and her husband owned, which was between renters. … read more
Princess Kennedy: Holy Craft!
While I was hanging out with Bea Dazzler (this super fierce RGDQ/designer), I coaxed her into helping me patch a pair of my favorite skinny jeans. While I sat crafting my pants back together, I realized how much I missed sitting around a good old-fashioned stitch and bitch with my girlfriends.
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