Aneta Ivanova's Double Exposure Photography

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 18, 2013
We are enjoying Bulgarian artist Aneta Ivanova's double exposure photography this morning. Aneta began shooting photographs at the age of 13 and in addtion to her fine art and double exposures, she is also a fashion and portrait photographer.

Dig Your Grave

Graffiti // Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Bookman moniker with signature skull taking a smoke break, book, shovel and rose on a rusting train.

LED Lightpainting by Darren Pearson (aka Darius Twin)

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Who doesn't enjoy some good ol' lightpainting? Darren Peason, aka Darius Twin, series of lightpaintings feature skeletons, angels, and aliens. Watch a video after the jump!

Laura Laine's Unearthly Beauty

Illustration // Monday, June 17, 2013
Laura Laine is a fashion illustrator based in Helsinki, Finland. Since completing her studies in fashion design she has been working full-time as a freelance illustrator and teaching fashion illustration. Her delicately drafted, haute couture-inspired pencil drawings walk a fine line between the elegance of high fashion and the defiant attitude of gothic fantasy, echoing the lean and lanky figures of Aubrey Beardsley. Laine's recent clients include Vogue Japan, Sephora, and H&M, and she has also exhibited work in London, NYC, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

Deanne Cheuk, April 2010

Vault // Monday, June 17, 2013
The staff was going back through some of our more design, fashion heavy features from the past few years, and we remembered how much we love the works of NYC-based art director and illustrator, Deanne Cheuk. Originally from Perth, Australia, Cheuk has done work for American Express, Dell, Lane Crawford, Levi's, Microsoft, Nickelodeon, Nokia, Nike, Converse, Olay, Sprint, Swatch, Target, MTV, Gap, Real Simple, The Guardian, T Magazine and The New York Times Magazine... and Conan. Here is our interview with the artist from April, 2010.

Kyle Ranson "Ships" @ Sky High Gallery, Milwaukee

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 17, 2013
Sky High Gallery just opened the first Milwaukee exhibit by San Francisco based artist Kyle Ranson, who spent the last week in the gallery painting a site specific mural. In addition to the mural he will be installing paintings and performing a special set of music at the opening event. The new body of work is called Ships.

Incredible Sculpture Works by Johnson Tsang

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 17, 2013
We have shown you the crazy liquid kiss sculptures by Mr Tsang on the site before, and today we have a look at the wide-range of sculpture works that the artist is capable of. His work is both surreal and photoreal, and takes porcelain and steel and transforms them into fine art and other-worldly scenarios.

One Million handmade Bones in the National Mall in Washington D.C.

Street Art // Monday, June 17, 2013
On June 8, one million handcrafted bones constructed from clay, paper machete and other materials were placed in the National Mall in Washington D.C. in a visible protest against ongoing genocide and mass atrocities. Organized by The Art of Revolution, the bones were created by artists, educators, students and activists from around the globe and weighed in at a total of 130,000 pounds of bones!

Interview: Freddie Fraser Forsyth of Topsafe London

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 17, 2013
As the publication between design agency Topsafe London and superblog 'HurtYouBad', Concealed Intentions brings us its debut issue with the intention of becoming the first magazine to focus on street culture without the obvious presence of graffiti. With feature content highlighting international icons, Horfe, Roid, Stephen Schuster, Gary Warnett, Sean Vegezzi, Smart Crew and sprinkles of nudity, explosions and a few surprises, their collaboration into the world of print is coming out swinging. We speak with director and founder, Freddie Fraser Forsyth, about the new publication.

Drawings and Prints by Lee Bontecou

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 17, 2013
This morning we take a look at the work of American sculptor and printmaker Lee Bontecou. Lee mainly focused on sculpture at first but after the 1960s she began restricting herself largely to drawing and printmaking.

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