Ambiguity can sometimes be a virtue -- think about good abstract art, for instance.In the context of the written word, it can also make for an intriguing blog post comment.
On May 29, David Witt was riding high. After two weeks of work, the full-time illustrator was just about to wrap up the sponsored Pabst Blue Ribbon mural he was painting on the railcar outside The Freight House bar and restaurant in Stillwater. Witt took to Twitter that afternoon and updated his pro ... More >>
The stellar music lineup at the 331 Club this weekend certainly isn't the only thing worth seeking out at this year's Art-A-Whirl. In addition to the fine locally created original artwork on offer as well as art studios opened up for tours, there are plenty of other terrific lineups that should keep ... More >>
This weekend is a great week for free winter festivals. The Saint Paul Winter Carnival started up this Thursday, so the capital city is bustling with activities including free sporting events, ice sculpting contests, outdoor yoga in the park, and more. Folks who like fancy sleds will want to che ... More >>
You may not recognize David Witt's name, but it's very likely you've seen his work plastered on street posts and bulletin boards around town -- especially if you frequent the West Bank.
Over the years David Witt (DWITT) has created posters for some of the Twin Cities most exciting events, including from shows at the Triple Rock to the Zombie Pub Crawl. He's also the founder of the Back Alley Gallery, International Canned Beer Month, and the Squad 19 Design Collective. The pro ... More >>
Sample a track from the new album by Kill the Vultures, due out next week.
Check out the little critters on this Eclectone Records poster by DWITT.
Are you into international canned beer? How about gnomes? Swords? What about all three of these things together as an artistic statement? Well, ... More >>
Squad19's concert posters find a place on gallery walls--if only they can stay there
At Outsiders and Others Gallery, a group of local rockers make music for your eyes