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Monthly Archives: January 2013

  • Special Valentine's Day Gift Ideas

    Love is in the air! There is only 2 weeks left until Valentine’s Day, and if you haven’t figured out your Valentine's Day gift ideas, time is a-fleetin’.

    Don’t scramble around at the last second to find something affordable/unique/interesting/awesome for your sweetie and come up short-handed. We’re here to help you out. When you shop at Wheatpaste Art Collective, you give the gift of art (which we think is the best gift of all).

    With plenty of stickable posters (affordable), Canvas Wall Art (unique), Portal Wall Decals (interesting), and giant wall murals (awesome), Wheatpaste has a fantastic group of Valentine's Day gift ideas that will please your special guy or gal.

    Find perfect Valentine’s Day gift ideas at Wheatpaste Art Collective – check out the art pictured above!

    Such Great Heights by Lisa Chow
    Love Heart by Ingrid Padilla
    Pen and Pink – Pictures of Love by Jen Da Silva
    I Love to Ride by Susana Parada
    Love Kills by Elo Designer
    Junk Food Love by Neil J. Rook
    Eco Love by WP House
    Love Tree by WP House

  • How to Cook Healthy Meals in a Dorm Room

    It’s not as hard as you may think to cook healthy meals in a dorm or apartment. Snagging snacks at the vending machine or loading up on ramen might be easier, but we’ve got some great ideas to help you get ready for bathing suit season and avoid the Freshman 15.

    First of all – your microwave is about to become your BFF. Most on-campus residences don’t allow heating elements like hot plates or countertop grills, so the microwave is going to be your #1 source of heat.

    We recommend stocking up on low-fat, low-sodium canned or boxed soups. They don’t take up much room and are great go-to’s when you need to cook healthy meals in a dorm room. Just snag a microwave safe bowl and voila! Instant meal.

    Another fun way to use your microwave to cook healthy meals in your dorm is the almighty coffee mug! You’d be amazed how many things you can cook in a mug for a fantastic single meal. Baked goods like muffins no longer need an oven, and breakfast (especially eggs) is a snap to prepare and feast upon.

    Cooking healthy often means buying fresh, which can be a problem for those who have an 8 AM chem lab or late night cram sesh. Grab a few bags of frozen veggies at the grocery store and make sure to eat your greens.

    Smoothies are another great way to cook healthy meals in a dorm. Find a small, hand-held blender and use fresh or frozen fruit to create instant yum. Yogurt and granola are also healthy snacks to keep on hand in your mini fridge.

    If you’re lucky enough to have an apartment or other off-campus housing, a small countertop grill (like a George Foreman) will be an asset. Making quesadillas with low-fat cheese is a quick and easy snack for those on the go. Apartments and suites are still small, so if you can cook healthy meals in a dorm, there’s no excuse to not do the same in your off-campus housing!

    Still need inspiration? Check out the Canvas Wall Art and Posters That Stick featuring your fave foods from Wheatpaste!

  • Meet Lucas Irwin for Wheatpaste Art Collective

    Lucas Irwin is...

    a niche designer who is best known for his work in designer vinyl toys. He has created toys for Kidrobot, Toy2R, Thunderdog Studios, and Toy Qube. Influenced by urban landscape, architecture, heavy machinery, instructional manuals, schematics, and popular culture, Lucas Irwin builds complex images by weaving together and dissecting these references. His work has been exhibited across the U.S., U.K., and Japan.

    Wheatpaste Art Collective: What got you into trouble as a kid?

    Lucas Irwin: EGGS. i won't elaborate.

    WP: What are you working on right now?

    LI: I'm currently working on some new pieces for a show here in Portland at Hellion Gallery next month as well as a 2 man show later this year with my good buddy Ryan Bubnis at Gallery 1975 in Rochester, NY.  I'm concentrating more on drawing and painting for these shows and trying to stay away from the influence of the computer. It's a refreshing change of pace.

    WP: What’s on your iPod right now?

    LI: On-Demand music services have poisoned my musical focus creating  a musical Schizophrenia or at least ADD. On any given day you might find some Velvet Underground followed by some Wu-Tang, washed down with some DEVO. Atypical is pretty typical these days...

    WP: Describe yourself in 5 words.

    LI: I am a ro bot. does that count?

    WP: What 3 items could you not live without?

    LI: My glasses. My computer. My coffee. My bed, did I say computer?

    WP: The world is ending tomorrow- how do you spend your last day?

    LI: i guess i might take up smoking again... to start with.

    WP: What haven’t you done that you want to do?

    LI: Quite a bit, why are you trying make me feel bad about myself?

    WP: Where do you live and what do you love about it?

    LI: My family to Portland, Oregon a few years ago and haven't looked back. Of course, we have all the great outdoor activities at our doorstep– mountains, coast , desert- all epic. Portland feels a town on the way up with a ton of potential and a great energy. It seems like every day there is a great new restaurant, or shop opening up. I couldn't think of a better place to raise my kids (in this country at least).

    WP: Who, would you say, is/are the biggest influences of your work?

    LI: My mother was an amazing artist and great collector. Growing up i was surround by a house full of art and objects from every imaginable culture. She had a great eye and a truly unique aesthetic, which i am only now beginning to be able to appreciate. She had a rare ability to find beauty in the mundane. This helped me to open my own mind to new ways of seeing. Thank you, Mom.

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