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Street Art // Saturday, December 15, 2012
Over this weekend, we hope to make new adventures, see something new, and maybe even get into trouble. The work of boxcar artist, Other is an inspiration for all this, well, minus the trouble bit.

"Art Overload" Smart Crew Truck

Graffiti // Saturday, December 15, 2012
This Smart crew piece was part of a project where Klughaus Gallery in New York brought a box truck down to Art Basel and every 24 hours a new graffiti writer repainted it. We think they all came out great, but this one may have taken the prize.

Elfandiary's Draw Diary

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 15, 2012
Elfandiary is an illustrator and artist in Bandung, Indonesia. He put this gorgeous rendering timelapse together of a portrait piece he created. 'It was about 2 or 3 hours drawing, not really sure about the duration, on a 12 x 12" 300 gsm paper with inecolour marker, sakura micron pen and faber castell classic colour.' With the magic of technology, this was recorded with iPhone 4s. Song credit : The Wombats - Moving to new york ( Kyte remix )

Paintings by Landon Metz

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 15, 2012
Landon Metz' recent paintings from the last year incorporate washy minimalist fields of color, at times apparently brushy, and at others more ordered resembling continents upon a map or other ambiguous forms that border on the recognizable but slip away into the abstraction of the canvas. WIth a consistent white background across the entire body of work, Metz plays with varying gradients, degrees of transparency and opacity, and compositional arrangements.

Watercolors by Yannick Corboz

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 15, 2012
Yannick Corboz was born on 6 June 1976 in Annecy in south-eastern France. He graduated from the Emile Cohl school in 1999, and shortly after became an animator and illustrator in the video game industry (Infogrames / Atari and Ubisoft). He currently works as a freelance illustrator in Annecy, and still has amazing talents and tendencies to create lovely, provocative watercolor works as well.

HoodieBuddie Pop-Up @ Space 15 Twenty, LA

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 14, 2012
Give you a little head's up on some weekend plans. The good people of HoodieBuddie will have a pop-up shop at Space 15 Twenty. Rain or shine they will be there screenprinting on some hoodies, playing some music, and entertaining all the shoppers. Come by, have a drink, and say hello. Then have another drink.

Ellie Cryer's Raw Renderings

Illustration // Friday, December 14, 2012
Ellie Cryer graduated from Falmouth College of Arts in 2007 with a BA degree in Illustration. She likes to draw things. Pretty things, disturbing things, stuff and things, nice horseys, pandas, lollipops and crisps and lips and rocket ships and pirate radios. She is inspired by nature and stories, lyrics and poetry, dreams and oddities and overheard conversations. If she didn't draw pictures she would chase storms and spot planes.

David Choe x RZA & Sandy Benefit Show @ Scion AV, LA

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 14, 2012
David Choe has teamed up with hip-hop legend and activist, RZA, for a special collaboration to benefit relief efforts for Superstorm Sandy. The collab is part of the charity exhibition, The Gift Show, being held at the Scion AV Installation space in Los Angeles opening this Saturday, December 15. There will be 10 prints, sold during the opening this Saturday. Other artists include Sage Vaughn, Mark Mothersbaugh, Blek le Rat, and others.

Horfe x Case Studyo "Snake/Gun" Porcelain Sculpture

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 14, 2012
Using his creative talents toward new mediums, Horfe recently collaborated with Case Studyo to create a limited edition white porcelain sculpture, Snake/Gun. The Parisian artist created a snake/gun with hand painted black details, each packaged in customized hand painted wooden boxes. Limited to a mere nine, these will be gone quick.

Video: RISK - The Skid Row Mural Project

Graffiti // Friday, December 14, 2012
MOCAtv’s new art channel has recently been documenting the work of many contemporary artists such as Retna and, JR, and now they center the focus on Los Angeles-based graffiti artist, Risk.  With over 30 years of painting behind him, Risk feels compelled to brighten up areas that have been overlooked and uplift the spirits of others with his murals. He goes on to say “I want dispel the myth that all graffiti is negative.”

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