On first viewing, Rob Mack’s color-infused animal imagery, often stamped on old wood slabs, can seem like graphic art on a board. But for Mack, It has deep meaning — and if you spend some time looking at the pieces, chances are that you’ll catch that, too. “I create things more from the gut, and then I figure out what it means afterward,” the mountain-dwelling designer/artist says of his explorations. “My work is really a way for me to figure out what’s going on around me. I don’t believe in magic, but they are like talismans to me; they have a certain power to them. In a subtle, private way, I use it to mark... More >>>