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Meet Ashley Lukashevsky

Tell us a little bit about yourself. I’m an illustrator from Honolulu, Hawaii, who currently lives in LA. I’m inspired by bright color combinations, florals, and women + non binary people of different shapes and sizes. I hope that my work is able to bring people joy, resiliency, and feelings of community. Three things you need for a productive day. Coffee, yoga, and human interaction. As a freelancer, if I don’t get the third I feel like a hermit holed up in my house. What do you consider a wasted life? I don’t think that any life is wasted, by...

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Project Pop-Up - Accepting Applications

What is Project Pop-Up? Project Pop-Up is a one-day market on November 24, 2018 on Small Business Saturday. It will be held at Project Object featuring 5 emerging artists and makers. Our mission is to create a space for Portland creatives to show and sell their work amidst a competitive saturated market. How can I get involved? We are currently accepting applications for Project Pop-Up. Even if you don't have a solid linesheet yet, a huge instagram following, or you're just getting into it - we want to hear from you. We're looking to feature you, your amazing work, your story and...

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Jill - People of Portland

Tell us a little bit about yourself. I'm a Virgo who enjoys helping others & making people smile :) I also LOVE music & dj a lil bit, like to create, explore the outdoors, travel when possible, laugh always & spread positive vibes on the regular!!   What is your favorite thing to do in Portland? Delight in cannabis & EATTT with friends!   Where are your favorite places to eat in Portland? Nostrana, Shalom Y'all, Van Hanh, Yen Ha, Ranch Pizza, The Bivy, Saint Burrito, Cheese & Crack, Farmhouse Kitchen, Vivienne, Wasabi Sushi, Beeswing, Ichiza Kitchen ( I could...

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Meet Jasmine Onya'e

Tell us a little bit about yourself: I’m a 4c natural haired Sagittarius whose outgoing and obsessed with all kinds of skincare/haircare and Wellness + I love to travel and drink loads of coffee. What issue(s) are you currently passionate about? Women's rights and our choices and obviously BLM The best thing about owning Onya'e Naturals is: The best thing about owning my line is that I am in total control and I find it so exciting that I get make each item by my hands. I get to be creative with the design Where is the most interesting place...

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Meet the Artists behind Focus, Flow, Ground.

Maya Vivas Tell us a little bit about yourself. I am a Afro-Latinx Queer Femme; sculptor, performance artist and activist. Through my work I explore concepts of race, identity, and gender as filtered through my own experiences. I use art to communicate what can't be explained through language.  Who has been instrumental in your personal and creative growth? How so? My influences span from the individuals in my life, to my cultural heritage as a mixed race person, to investigating deep curiosities about the connections between mineral, flora and the human body. My family, both blood related and chosen, have...

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