When Dea Webb and Dave Wendt opened Plastic Chapel eight years ago in a literal hole in the wall in Baker, the designer toy emporium was not only a pioneer business in the neighborhood, but it also owned a retail niche that hadn't been explored much in Denver. They opened the chapel doors to make pu ... More >>
The Denver Art Museum's monthly Untitled series is a study in opposites: Half of its format is instantly recognizable, and the other half -- well, you never know what to expect. That is in no way a drawback, mind you: You start with a blueprint, then veer off on unpredictable pathways that shift wit ... More >>
If you'll be sad to see the Art of Winter exhibit downtown conclude when it comes down on February 6 you can still get in on the auction of one-off artist works and brand gallery items from the show, including original work by 20 local artists as well as skis and boards by some of Colorado's ... More >>
Jeremy Burns, "Little Friends," Black Book Gallery.You know you're in trouble when you're still shopping and Christmas is just a little more than a week away. Though the most organized folks have finished their gift-buying and are now focusing on tree-trimming, wrapping and baking, procrastin ... More >>
Photo: Kelly KaoudisThe artists got a free cube of PBR, and they were not going to let those go to waste.In an effort to ward off the persistent tagging of its building, The Matchbox on Larimer Street hired a group of some of Denver's biggest-name artists -- with funding from Pabst Blue Ribbo ... More >>
Andrew Hoffman's PBR design will become a muralThe wall on the side of Five Points bar the Matchbox gets tagged. A lot. When it was still the Orange Cat Studios in 2008, it was the site of turf wars during the Democratic National Convention. The new owner of the space on 2625 Larimer Street, ... More >>
The mannequins will be the only ones not moving during False Idols.