In the Magazine: Leif Podhajsky

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 21, 2014
We are all, in our own fashion, constantly collecting. Over time, moments, experiences and visions accumulate within our own cerebral catalogs, compiling a personal database. Events and elements gather in the inner consciousness as we build and house a type of visual anthology. To the creatively inspired, this input can also become an output, almost as effortlessly as it was collected. Leif Podhajsky has mastered this process of visual remixing, creating psychotropic landscapes within his infinitely ethereal imagination. Provoked by defining experiences and visual attractions, Leif arranges these altered perceptions, visually melting reality together with dreamlike repetition and seductively combined overlay.

Illustrations by Albin Brunovsky

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 21, 2014
Albin Brunovsky was a Slovak painter, graphic artist, lithographer, illustrator and pedagogue, considered one of the greatest Slovak painters of the 20th century. Primarily an illustrator of children's books, Albin was also lecturer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bratislava and the designer of the last series of Czecholovak bank notes! 

Drawings by Stefan Zsaitsits

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 21, 2014
Slovakian-born artist Stefan Zsaitsits has a whole bunch new work since we last checked in with him. To us, the simple will always win out. A pencil, a piece of paper, that is the best. Stefan creates these fantastic, detailed, notebook-esque pencil drawings of various characters and a bit of dream scenarios around each's head. Simple, powerful, great work.

Aldo Tolino's "Crumbled Faces"

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 21, 2014
An interesting combination of sculpture and photography, to create one of these "crumbled faces," Austrian artist Aldo Tolino begins by shooting a portrait and then proceeds to print it on paper, crease it, tuck it and fold it before shooting that for the final photograph. 

Drawings by Nicholas Di Genova

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 21, 2014
Nicholas Di Genova is an illustrator currently living and working in Toronto, Canada with near obsessive tendencies for intricate patterns, textures and linework in his creations of evolved creatures of the animal kingdom. 

An interview with Slay

Graffiti // Sunday, July 20, 2014
Writing long before the LA River became a huge buff Slay has been holding it down in Los Angeles. We got a chance to talk to him recently and chat about the crews he reps and how things have changed since the LA River days.

Hellen Van Meene

Photography // Sunday, July 20, 2014
Hellen Van Meene’s portraits of feminine youth float in a realm between fragility and power. The faces of each subject are the complete focal point of each square frame, supported by minimal locations and pastel walls. Today, these backgrounds may be commonly seen in contemporary portraiture but seem stylistically ahead of the game at the time that much Van Meene’s earlier work was created.

The Illustrations of Stefan Glerum

Illustration // Sunday, July 20, 2014
Stefan Glerum’s style is like a melting pot of illustration heritage. While its subconscious familiarity has universal appeal, his work is also a study point for those with knowledge of graphic design history. His work is inspired by early 20th Century movements such as Art Deco, Bauhaus...

Lorenzo Vitturi: A Dalston Anatomy

Photography // Saturday, July 19, 2014
The former set painter turned photographer, Lorenzo Vitturi has an eye for site-specific intervention. Manipulating space through careful research and the adoption of objects inherent to a particular area, Vitturi brings a new vitality to the scenes, people and items he documents.


Graffiti // Saturday, July 19, 2014
The folks over at Casquette and Company continue putting out quality zines. Their latest offering is Y'all Dont documenting Begr's sprays across the USA. Everything from the streets, to freights, to clean trains are featured in this 72 page color/B&W 6x6 zine. Limited to 350 copies with stickers included this will go fast so don't sleep! 


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