Illustrations by Iain Macaruthur

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 28, 2013
Born in Swindon, England in 1986, Iain Macarthur became a fanatic of art at the age of eight when he was first introduced to art through the medium of cartoon television shows and comic books. As he grew older, he diverted from Anime drawings to more realistic figures and faces, always striving to make them more detailed and photorealistic. Iain describes his work as surreal and unique in its own way.

Digital Grotesque's Digitally Printed Room with 80 Million Surfaces

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 28, 2013
It seems like in the last year, even last couple of months; digital printing technology is advancing at a ridiculous speed and being experimented with in every aspect of our lives. NASA is printing food for astronauts, there are 3D printed fashion shows, sculpture making robots, and you can even get your own personal desktop 3D printer. Now we are printing architecture. Digital Grotesque used digital fabrication techniques to construct a room with eighty million surfaces and preceded to guild the entire thing in gold. Watch a video after the jump!

A Mechanical Mind's Tiny Steampunk Insects

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 28, 2013
Using the gears, springs, and other parts from watches, Chicago-based artist Justin Gershenson-Gates (aka A Mechanical Mind) creates tiny robotic steampunk insects. Many of his miniature mechanical bugs are tiny enough to fit on a single finger!

Watch: Trailer for Mikey Please's "Marilyn Myller!"

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 28, 2013
We are excited for Mikey Please's latest short film Marilyn Myller!. Mikey is the man behind the wonderful The Eagleman Stag and TV on The Radio's Second Song video. Watch the trailer after the jump and get ready for a 6 minute stopmotion short featuring 'one zillion hand carved tiiny things, literally tens of carved foam puppets, two ey fulls of in-camera, long-exposure light trickery and a pair of dophins, smooching.'

Bela Borsodi's Everyday Object Alphabet

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 28, 2013
We spend a lot of time looking at all things art and it never ceases to amaze us how creative people are. We love this alphabet series constructed with everyday objects by Vienna-born, New York-based photogrpaher Bela Borsodi.

Abstract Nudes by Remed

Erotica // Thursday, June 27, 2013
The abstract and the figural, the monochrome and the multicolored, come together and pull apart in this series by French painter and street artist Remed. In his own words 'I make rhymes with colors, shapes and sounds to express emotion, feeling, or the evolution of thought. I paint as you write a diary, a notebook of inventions, or philosophical essay. Art is for me the sincere blend of science and Soul. I live what I feel, I paint what I live.'

David Molesky: "A Long Moment" @ a.Muse Gallery, SF

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 27, 2013
Friend of the mag, David Molesky, has an opening tonight, June 27,  at a.Muse Gallery in San Francisco. It's either in Potrero Hill or Mission Creek... we can't tell. You may recognize Mr. Molesky from the feature he penned for us on Odd Nerdrum in our May 2013 issue.

Charlie Isoe, April 2010

Vault // Thursday, June 27, 2013
As Berlin-based fine artist Charlie Isoe makes a major return with his newest body of work, In the Bad Bush, that opens this Friday, June 28 in London at Lazarides Gallery. To coincide with the first time Isoe has shown in over 3 years, we look back on our cover story we ran with the artist in April 2010, where we discussed his elusive nature, growing up in rural Australia, and how he accidentally shot a tractor. 

Noah McDonough x Krink Print

Graffiti // Thursday, June 27, 2013
Noah McDonough aka Noah and Krink art supplies have teamed up to release a limited edition, one-color print that is very easy on the eyes. Pick up a print while they are still available. 

GREG GOSSEL "HEAD OVER HEELS" @ White Walls, SF

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 27, 2013
Last days to see Greg Gossel's newest exhibition at White Walls in San Francisco:  Head Over Heels, the latest solo show by MN-based artist Greg Gossel, featuring 12 new large scale works on canvas... each piece is built up with collage, and then layered with hundreds of hand-pulled screen prints directly onto the canvas: a new direction for Gossel’s previous approach to actually tearing posters & billboards off the street as he has done in the past.

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