Book: Chinese Graphic Design in the Twentieth Century

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Scott Minick and Jiao Ping's book Chinese Graphic Design in The Twentieth Century presents a stunning exhibition of modern graphic design in China from posters and advertisements to book covers and magazines.  

World's Largest Inflated Structure Without a Skeleton

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
This 90-meter x 50-meter structure by artist Christo is the largest indoor sculpture in history, holding a volume of 177,000 cubic meters. Installed at the Gasometer Oberhausen in Germany, Big Air Package, has an air lock to allow visitors to enter the installation.  

Fabric Architectural Installations by Do Ho Suh

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
We have posted the work of South Korean artist Do Ho Suh before, we loved his 23-foot tower of piggy-backed men in New Orleans. In this series of works the artist uses translucent nylon and stanless steel tubes to reconstruct replicas of homes he has lived in.  

Video: Nychos of RABBITEYE MOVEMENT Studio Interview

Street Art // Monday, March 18, 2013
Since 2005, the Rabbiteye Movement has evolved from simple rabbit throw-ups painted by Nychos, to a studio artspace/gallery with the intent to promote local an international artists in a variety of creative ways. This new short documentary interviews Nychos in his Vienna-based studio, giving some incite to intentions with the space and ideas behind his own practice.

Opening: Mike Shine's "Flotsam's Harvest" @ White Walls, SF

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 18, 2013
This past weekend in San Francisco, March 2013 cover artist (and often Juxtapoz @ Outside Lands collaborator) Mike Shine opened a performance/installation/exhibition at White Walls Gallery, Flotsam's Harvest. With full musical and dance accompaniment, surrounded by a massive body of work that describes and alludes to the great riddle and poem of one Dr Flotsam, the show was fully appreciated with some of Flotsam's hell brew. Or Jameson. Not sure. 

Charming Baker "Lie Down I Think I Love You" @ Milk Studios, LA

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 18, 2013
Last January 2012, we featured UK-based Charming Baker in the magazine, with a wonderful portrait of him with rifle shooting his paintings. This week, Baker will open his largest ever solo exhibition at Milk Studios Los Angeles. Entitled Lie Down I Think I Love You, it will showcase new work exploring the unpredictable nature of love. It will comprise of 20 paintings as well as prints and sculptures. Baker will also unveil a sculptural installation depicting an oversized plastic toy passenger plane.

Knock it Out @ Black Book Gallery, Denver

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 18, 2013
On Friday, April 5th, Black Book Gallery in Denver, Colorado will be using art as a platform to suport Love Hope Strength Foundation's mission of saving the lives of people with cancer. Titled, Knock it Out, the show is a tribute to all the families, patients, and victims of this devastating disease. The show will feature the work of Shepard Fiarey, Retna, Alex Pardee, Cope2, ROA, Swoon, Sam Flores, and many more! 

Matthew Brandt: Lakes, Trees and Honeybees

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 18, 2013
Last year, photographer Matthew Brandt had an exhibition at NYC's Yossi Milo Gallery entitled Lakes, Trees and Honeybees. Whether soaking prints in water from the subject lake or printing on paper that the artist made from a tree, Brandt creates his prints using physical elements from the subject itself. We recently saw Mike Brodie's show at Yossi Milo Gallery and love their roster!

Living Tree Spirit Carvings by Keith Jennings

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 18, 2013
Sculptor Keith Jennings began his Tree Spirits project in 1982 with a tree in his backyard. Later, he was commissioned to sculpt a series of trees on St. Simons Island off the coast of the state of Georgia. He carves faces into trees, revealing the tree's inner spirit.   

Drawings by Justine Ashbee

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 18, 2013
This morning we take a look at the mesmerizing drawings of artist Justine Ashbee. Using paint pens, the artist begins with a curve from which lines and forms emerge, evolve, and grow.   

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