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Georgetown Artopia 2010

By Will Austin

Will Austin’s award-winning photography has taken him around the world. Although he regularly does editorial work, Will specializes in documenting cutting-edge architecture and industrial workplaces. He lives in the Seattle area with his wife and son, but hails from Colorado cowboy country.

June 30, 2010

Zane and I had a great time with friends at the Artopia festival in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood this year.  Highlights included power tool races, sno-cones, Fantagraphics books, the Metal Men, crazy people everywhere, the constant steam of cool jets and WWII bombers flying overhead and art, art art!

Horn players from the Titanium Sporkestra –

Power tool drag racers!

Head-on collision fire!

Cotton candy malfunction

???

B-17

Metal Men

B-24

Seattle- Airstream shopping mall, Artists, Bombers and Volcanoes!

Italy vs. USA

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2 Comments

  1. Mary

    Yo Will!

    That photo of the horn player from The Titanium Sporkestra is incredible. I mean…incredible.

    xxoo from Vancouver,
    Mary

    • admin

      Thanks Mary! Check out the woman in the reflection in his glasses too.