The Creeps Dedication Tattoo

Tattoo // Thursday, October 25, 2012
In honor of the approaching Hallows-Eve comes a massive thigh tattoo that will surley give you the Creeps. Completed by the talented tattoo artist Brayden Baines, who currently work at Jack of Hearts Tattoo in Lethbridge- in Alberta, Canada. I'm only assuming that this dedication tattoo is out of love of the 1986 zombie horror film Night of the Creeps. Spoooooky.

The Work of Laura Paskevicius

Illustration // Thursday, October 25, 2012
Laura Paskevicius is a freelance illustrator based near Toronto, Ontario, who admittedly listens to songs on repeat until she never wants to hear them again. This repetitive obsession, much like aspects of her illustration style, is a little bit OCD and a little compulsive. He work appears raw and unfiltered- like a stream of consciousness out-pouring and is completed by mixing different mediums, elements of collage and bits of text.

Preview: Ron English "Crucial Fiction" @ Opera Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 25, 2012
November 2012 cover artist and curator Ron English is set to open a new solo show, Crucial Fiction, at Opera Gallery in NYC on November 2, 2012. Just in time for the elections, Mr. English. As he notes, "...Give me your imagination, and I'll give you my skills." We're in.

Sylvia Ji "La Catrina" @ CHG Circa, Culver City

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 25, 2012
On Saturday, November 3, 2012, CHG Circa will feature La Catrina, Sylvia Ji’s new paintings of sublime Catrina beauty and her fifth solo exhibition with the gallery. Central to the paintings of La Catrina is the specter of La Calavera Catrina, an iconic deity of Mexico’s Day of the Dead celebrations, invoked by Sylvia Ji as a chromatic presence enciphered with allegory.

Studio Paintings by Fiona Ackerman

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 25, 2012
Fiona Ackerman is a Vancouver-based artist who has explored range of paintings genres, producing abstract as well as semi-photorealistic representational work. Here Ackerman embraces a middle ground, rendering her studio space carefully arranged with abstract sketches and studies alongside tubes of paint, brushes, and expansive white wall space...

Teaser #2: All City Canvas Mexico City Video

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 25, 2012
Next Monday, October 29th, we are set to premier the documentary filmed during the work made for one of 2012's best street art festivals, All City Canvas Mexico City. We were lucky enough to be in Mexico City for the majority of the festival, and were able to see importrant and historical districts of the city transformed by some of the best talents in contemporary muralism and street art.

The Works of Julianna Brion

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 25, 2012
Julianna Brion was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in a pink house in Greenwich Connecticut. After studying illustration and design at The Maryland Institute College of Art, she is now living and working as an illustrator in Baltimore, MD. She enjoys quilting, picture books, cute puppies, and death metal.

Beer Cans to Sculpture Art by Macaon

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 25, 2012
Normally we like to leave our beer drinking to after-hours away from the office, but we ran into this article this morning about Japanese artist Macaon transforming everyday beer and soda cans into sculpture art, and we couldn't resist. These are actually quite good, so good in fact, we want to know how much beer was consumed in the making of Darth Vadar? 

The Horse Head Pillow Case

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 25, 2012
Somewhere, Mario Puzo is very proud of the Horse Head Pillow Case. For those of you that love the Godfather, you know that this is a fun revenge-light gag gift. But for those of you who may be dealing with someone who doesn't know the Godfather, this may ruin a first date and, um, trip to the bedroom. 

Kyle Ranson Mural in Clarion Alley, SF

Street Art // Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Over the years, Clarion Alley in San Francisco has gone from a destination point in showcasing some of the most talented muralists work in the Bay Area, to a graffiti-scribbling playground. The organization and management of the walls in the alley deteriorated and the graffiti writers decided that no murals were sacred; including a rare Chris Johanson that was tagged repeatedly than eventually buffed.

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