Day to Night

Photography // Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Photographer Stephen Wilkes has created a unique body of work that captures the bustle and vivaciousness of cities across the globe. In his images, Wilkes photographs each scene over the course of an entire day from early morning to night and then compiles these images to create photographs that capture each city’s full cycle of activity. The scenes usually include a section of full daytime exposure that seamlessly fades into a nighttime portion that includes longer exposures showing blurs of colored motion.

In L.A.: Chad Muska @ Werkartz

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 29, 2014
This past weekend we stopped by artist and professional skater Chad Muska’s private studio for a very special one night solo exhibition of his latest work, "Alignment." The show was at Muska's private studio in Los Angeles, open to the public for the first time with work spanning textural painting, sculpture, and more. Photos and more after the jump...

Ai Weiwei: According to What? @ Brooklyn Museum

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Ai Weiwei is one of China’s most prolific and provocative contemporary artists. Featuring over thirty works spanning more than twenty years, Ai Weiwei: According to What? explores universal topics of culture, history, politics, and tradition, showcasing the artist’s remarkably interdisciplinary career as a photographer, sculptor, architect, and activist...  

Hyper Realistic Paintings by Roberto Bernardi

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Italian artist Roberto Bernardi will be opening an exhibition of new hyper realistic paintings at Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in NYC on May 1st. Bernardi spends up to a month creating each painting, using traditional painting techniques of oil on canvas. 'I normally focus on subjects considered banal, like the inside of a fridge, a washing-up machine, the inside of a sweet machine or simply sweets themselves. I like to portray them from an interesting point of view that reveals how interesting they actually are.'

Oil Paintings from Gustavo Peńa

Erotica // Tuesday, April 29, 2014
There is a lack of online information on Dominican oil painter Gustavo Peńa but his work really speaks for itself. This series incorporates masked subjects, ray guns and topless babes...

This Is What it Looks Like When a Drone Flies Through Fireworks

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Somebody flew a Phatom camera attached to a helicopoter drone and flew it through some fireworks, capturing a view that we've definitely never seen before. Pretty cool...

Kyle Platts @ Pick Me Up 2014

Illustration // Monday, April 28, 2014
Freelance illustrator and comic book artist Kyle Platts lives and works in South-East London. These pieces come from a series Kyle created for Pick Me Up, the annual contemporary graphic arts festival...

Juxtapoz Psychedelic Book Release & Exhibition @ The Well, LA

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 28, 2014
Saturday we hosted a special release party and exhibition for our Juxtapoz Psychedelic book at The Well in Los Angeles. WIth special guest appearances by masters of the psychedelic genre, on-site painting from Alex and Allyson Grey and sounds from Saint, SteezusChrist and Demonbabies, as well as work by Andy Gilmore, Steven Harrington, Oliver Hibert, David D'Andrea, Eric Beltz, Scott Balmer, Deanne Cheuk, Mark Whalen...

iPad Sketches from Ryan Cecil Smith

Illustration // Monday, April 28, 2014
Illustrator and cartoonist Ryan Cecil Smith lives and works in Osaka, Japan. His work can be found in the men's lifestyle magazine Popeye. These works were created on Ryan's iPad with an app called Brushes...

Banksy Meat Truck Illustration

Street Art // Monday, April 28, 2014
Remember this one from Banksy's month-long residency on the streets of NYC, "Better Out Than In"? The Meat Truck, aka "Sirens of the Lamb" was probably the best part of the project, featuring a truck that drove around Manhattan with stuffed-animals on their way to the slaughterhouse. Well, in honor, Banksy has a nice drawn illustration of the piece on his site today. Maybe its a slow news day. Maybe we like the drawing. Maybe we miss Anthony Hopkins?

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