Leftovers

I have a variety of projects that are about halfway done, I should assemble them into some type of B-Side print collection.

Posted to Work at 09:48 on 6 April 2018

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The Post-Local

My lack of activity on this site lately is not from a lack of work. I’m preparing a new project and will soon be departing to spend the summer working my way through Europe.

Much more should be coming in the weeks ahead, including a new Asterisk album and information regarding a summer production series.

Posted to Personal at 10:27 on 27 March 2018

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March First Friday

Come to our little party, Portland. I’ll have three new pieces up at the Warehouse show.

Posted to Work at 09:21 on 28 February 2018

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Off To The Presses

A preview of the collateral for this year’s Looking Forward, Giving Back work for the First Exposures gala. This is one of the best organizations I’ve ever been affiliated with and doing this every year is so much fun.

Posted to Work at 11:51 on 23 February 2018

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Event Design

I’m working on the designs for the 2018 Looking Forward, Giving Back collateral for First Exposures; it should be a pretty fun set, as it’s the 25th anniversary of the organization.

For now, a simple announcement.

Posted to Work at 17:16 on 13 February 2018

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For the summer of 2018, I'm working my way through various European cities and towns while practicing more traditional methods of painting. Hopefully I'll be online only to post various scribbles from the road here and at The Post-Local. New & featured projects will return to regular updates in the fall, presuming I return to the States.

Thanks & good luck out there.

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Welcome to Distorted Perspective. A brief introduction—

—Colin Smith. Born 1982. Some punk rock kid turned multidisciplinary artist & graphic designer-type. An Alaskan in Oregon by way of New England, Georgia, Texas and California looking for hope in the wind. Working in the various languages of truth, systems and identity.

I create works of assembly. Taking a variety of disparate components in any given medium and attempting to build a cohesive whole, I look to mimic the disorder and confusion our conflicted, human lives end up creating naturally through time. My focus is not to communicate through any single process but rather create a language that translates across aesthetic approach; a message that resonates by any means of interaction.

Contact

E-Mail: colin at distorted perspective
Instagram: @aglowinthestatic, @colin.smith.art

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Distorted Perspective was registered in 1999; it has taken many forms since. Work from the project galleries is 2009-2017. All original content is © to Colin Smith. Please link back to work featured on blogs; contact for any other rights to republication.

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Exhibitions

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