Hong Chun Zhang's Hairy Objects

Illustration // Thursday, September 13, 2012
'The idea for this series is about humor, beauty and repulsion. To me, long hair not only looks beautiful, but sometimes it can be very repulsive in particular settings such as hair in the hamburger, egg, wineglass, cigarette, toothpaste and sink. I combine hair and every day objects to evoke different feelings and emotions through a surrealistic approach.' Hong Chun Zhang

Kasetodzilla

Illustration // Thursday, September 13, 2012
Dominik Bulka, an illustrator and graphic designer in Wroclaw, Poland created this monster made of cassette tapes, Kasetodzilla, who attacks the town of Szczecin in a mix-tape driven rage. This series was made for an exhibition and more on the project can be found online on his blog...

The Printer's Devil Collection

Erotica // Thursday, September 13, 2012
'This is the 21st Century. People are different, they are varied, they are a diverse crowd of individuals. People long to be unique. This is an increasingly postmodernist population who are not easily shocked and who not only tolerate edgy design but are enthralled by it. So with that in mind, this  series celebrates the alternative lifestyle. A mixture of decadence, individuality, beauty and hedonism. This is the first Printer's Devil collection. Enjoy!'

Zerofriends Talks to The Cotton Candy Machine

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Darren Scott of Zerofriends talks with Sean Leonard of The Cotton Candy Machine, the gallery and store in Brooklyn co-owned by Juxtapoz friend, Tara McPherson. From the early Tiny Trifecta show to the recent Alex Pardee exhibition, Cotton Candy Machine has become a hub in the middle of Williamsburg.

SPECIAL DELIVERY Bay Area 2012

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Thousands turned out this past weekend to catch the Endless Canvas graffiti warehouse opening, Special Delivery Bay Area 2012, in Berkeley, California. The show was a follow up to last year's show of the same name in Portland, Oregon, and despite minimal coverage by any local press outlets (minus the morning news sighting graffiti "tags" spread around the neighborhood, something the building owner already said they would pay to clean up), the show turned out to be one of the most exciting art events in the East Bay in recent years.

Japanese Horror Manga Reviews

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Foreign ghost movies about cell-phones, dead children and girls with uzis for hands aside, I've only recently engulfed myself in the literary insanity that is Japanese Horror Manga, so I'm not even going to bother pretending to sound like I know what I'm talking about in this article.

In L.A.: Giles Walker's The Last Supper Presented by Corey Helford Gallery

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
This past weekend we had the pleasure of viewing Giles Walker’s latest installation The Last Supper which is presented by Corey Helford in a temporary space in Culver City. The 20-foot long installation of fully operational robots performing his interpretation of the Last Supper of Christ. This is a stunning art piece to say the least and definitely something you have to experience for yourself. Photos and more after the jump…

Art San Diego 2012

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
This past weekend, Balboa Park's Activity Center hosted Art San Diego, San Diego's annual art fair. San Diego is not a bad place to be in the beginning of September, not only did the region offer pleasant weather (which at times got a bit hot inside the Activity Center), but also some great showings by some of the area's finest art exhibitors like Quint Contemporary Art and Double Break, among a few others.

The Art of Tomer Hanuka

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
You know how sometimes you think that you have tried to imagine EVERY color combination available? Well, looking at any illustration from Tomer Hanuka will prove to you in a heartbeat that you surely have NOT...

New works by Bruno 9Li

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 12, 2012
A few weeks ago, we decided to check up on Brazilian artist Bruno 9Li, who we last featured in our July 2009 Brazil Issue. We knew that Bruno's work looked like a fantastic acid trip of both folk imagery mixed with psychedelic characters, but it is Bruno's work from the past two years, with incredibly surreal abstractions and custom reoccuring figures that have been the artist's strongest work to date.

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