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Wednesday, April 10,2013
Cover artist

Meet cover artist Ben Horton

His interpretations of his own work are always evolving

By Alex Zaragoza
“The phrase ‘as the crow flies’ is about going from point A to point B in as straight of a line as possible, which is what a crow does because it makes sense,” explains Horton, who also owns $lave Skateboards.
Tuesday, March 19,2013
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Meet cover artist Ned Porter

Pittsburgh transplant talks women, Encinitas and playing four square

By Alex Zaragoza
"I'm addicted to women. I love drawing women, and I love drawing naked women. But [for this piece] I felt like I needed to cover something up," Porter explains.
Wednesday, March 13,2013
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Meet our cover artist

Alli Bautista talks atheism and her work

By Alex Zaragoza
When it came time to choose an art piece for our cover this week, we were divided between two worthy works by Alli Bautista, a Filipina artist from Rancho Peñasquitos.
Wednesday, January 23,2013
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Meet our cover artist, Andre Power

Painter / illustrator / DJ started fresh in San Diego five years ago

By Jeff Terich
Cultists and new-age types spent the better part of 2012 obsessing over apocalyptic prophecies surrounding Dec. 21. But Andre Power, the artist whose “The Aquarian” is on the cover of this week’s CityBeat, found a different kind of inspiration from the miscalculated end-times prophecy.
Wednesday, November 21,2012
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John Antoski’s 3-D art with a story

Meet this week’s cover artist

By Amy T. Granite
John Antoski says that the three-dimensional artwork on the cover of this week’s CityBeat was inspired by the daredevils of Niagara Falls—you know, those crazy people who attempt to survive the great plunge in a wooden barrel.
Tuesday, September 25,2012
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Meet our cover artist, Mickey Ford

The funnyman behind the Batman masks on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Amy T. Granite
Chances are, you laughed out loud at the adorable Batman twins on CityBeat’s cover this week.
Wednesday, September 12,2012
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Meet our cover artist, Kristina Collantes

Editorial work galore for Philippines-born illustrator

By Amy T. Granite
CityBeat’s cover art this week is an illustration of Claire Boucher, better known by her stage name, Grimes, the Canadian electro-pop artist.
Wednesday, August 10,2011
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Vicki Walsh

The woman behind “Curt” on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
On the surface, Vicki Walsh’s portraits look like masterful paintings depicting mostly older subjects whose myriad emotional states are profound and palpable.
Wednesday, July 20,2011
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Rebecca Hicks

The geeky gal behind the “Geektopus” on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
Comic-Con is in the air and, if you’re like San Diegan Rebecca Hicks, it’s time to let your geek-flag fly.
Wednesday, July 6,2011
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Janine Wareham

The woman behind the positive message on the front page of this week’s CityBeat

By Kinsee Morlan
Janine Wareham’s work is whimsical, comical, often cheery and always delightfully weird. “Yes,” the piece on CityBeat’s cover this week, is a simple sketch that’s part of a larger project.
 
 
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