Pop Anatomy by Antoni Tudisco

Illustration // Monday, July 29, 2013
Self-taught artist Antoni Tudisco may be only 21 years old, but his facility and artistry belie his young age, showing an extraordinary capacity for craftsmanship and innovation. Having mastered the Adobe Suite and 3D illustration entirely on his own, Tudisco has been sought after by major companies such as MTV, Coca-Cola, Louis Vuitton, and Nestle for his intricate and sleek digital work. Skulls and organs feature heavily in his illustrations, lending an almost clinical detachment to his otherwise chaotic pieces, in turn grounding them in a contemporary style that is very current and in demand in the mainstream pop art scene.

Wall Therapy Part 4

Street Art // Monday, July 29, 2013
During our time spent in Rochester, NY for Wall Therapy, the most notable aspect for us has been the genuine support, excitement and gratitude the local community has shown for this event. The city welcomes new public art with no political or bureaucratic stipulations. It’s that “Bring it on!” sort of vibe and it’s refreshing.

Pacific Light: An experimental video by Ruslan Khasanov

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 29, 2013
What happens when you mix ink, oil, and soap all together, and document the combination and interaction at a microscopic level? Well, that is what Russian designer and motion graphics artist Ruslan Khasanov did with the this video, Pacific Light. Prepare to be inspired...

The Spilling, Broken Ceramics of Livia Marin

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 29, 2013
"My artistic practice has been characterized by large-scale installations and the appropriation of mass-produced and consumer objects. I employ techniques and strategies that are characteristic of Sculpture, Installation and Process Art. I employ everyday objects to enquire into the nature of how we relate to material objects in an era dominated by mass-production, standardization and global circulation..."

Everyday Reflections: The Drawings of Heikki Leis

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 29, 2013
A beautiful set of hyperreal graphite drawings of "Everyday" activities by Estonian artist, Heikki Leis. The series features Estonian artists and musicians in the midst of mundane, typical daily meditations, done in fantastic graphite clarity.

"LIBERTÉE" by Escif

Street Art // Monday, July 29, 2013
Three cans with labels that read “Liberté,” “Egalité” and “Fraternite” were painted in Montreal, Canada, by the thought-provoking street artist, Escif.

An Update with Jeans

Graffiti // Monday, July 29, 2013
Today we catch up on what Jeans has been up to in the graffiti department. Not one to necessarily stick to a particular style, his newer work displays a variety of painting approaches.

Illustration work by Rotterdam's Milou Maass

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 29, 2013
A great set of commercial design and personal illustrations works by Rotterdam, The Netherlands-based artist, Milou Maass. Her works have been used with various publications and companies in the Netherlands, and recently in a group exhibition at PUP Gallery in Amsterdam.

3D Bankruptcy in Detroit

Graffiti // Sunday, July 28, 2013
While Detroit copes with crime and economic problems aka bankruptcy (no one really saw that as a surprise), graffiti and art in general continue to strive there.  Melo and Ayem painted this 3D tribute of sorts to Detroit’s most recent declaration. 

Nychos in Los Angeles

Graffiti // Saturday, July 27, 2013
After completing the giant tiger mural in San Francisco, Nychos headed south to Los Angeles where he continues to dissect animals and even SpongeBob SquarePants received an anatomical separation.

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