Juxtapoz // Monday, August 26, 2013
This short, charming animation by Jeremy Clapin follows the life of a man who is randomly struck by a giant meteor nobody else saw. Rather than kill him, it moved his physical form 91cm away from where it normally should be. We recommened taking a few minutes out of your day to watch this delightful story.
Erotica // Sunday, August 25, 2013
Jonny Ruzzo grew up in a large town in the small state of Rhode Island, and moved out in 2008. He currently reside in New York City, where he work as an artist, illustrator, and graphic designer. 'My work deals with superficiality, sexuality, gender, and social views. I use bright colors and shiny, metallic materials because they are beautiful. I ask myself a lot of questions, and painting is my attempt at an answer.' he states
Juxtapoz // Saturday, August 24, 2013
Strange New Feelings is a documentary that will examine the life of artist and skateboard legend Ed Templeton as he navigates a blossoming art career and a transition from professional skateboarding. The film features interviews with art world contemporaries, fellow professional skateboarders and family members as Ed travels around the world to share his unique perspective on youth and age, religion and sex, beauty and disfigurement.
Street Art // Saturday, August 24, 2013
The simplistic abstract formation paintings of Italian artist, Aris, are unique in comparison to the majority of current work being created in the streets. Occasionally, if you examine the piece well, you can distinguish figures and natural elements present in the abstractions. The artist has updated his Flickr with a number of new works on walls and trains, and we have them here for your viewing pleasure.
Illustration // Friday, August 23, 2013
Opening on August 23rd at Detroit’s Inner State Gallery, Entropy is ASKEW’s first international solo exhibition. Through this new body of work "Entropy" further refines Askew's unique method of portraiture where the medium and portrait's subject become a metaphor for a much bigger conversation....
Juxtapoz // Friday, August 23, 2013
Back in 2011, in conjunction with September 2013 cover artist Geoff McFetridge's mini skate park installation for MOCA's Art In the Streets exhibition, the Los Angeles-based artist created 24 unique pairs of Nike SB Dunks, with each shoe being made from an original paper painting. The sneakers were then auctioned off to benefit the MOCA Foundation. In honor of the project, we take a look back at some of the great drawings that made their way into the series...