The Work of Roby Dwi Antono

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 13, 2012
Roby Dwi Antono is a talented illustrator, working mainly in graphite, out of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Additionally, as a skilled painter, Roby dedicates a large amount of time to his beautifully intricate large-scale pieces as well. He states that his work is heavily influenced by masters like Mark Ryden and Marion Peck.

Martina Secondo Russo: "Tots With Tats" @ Sacred Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 13, 2012
In her strangley shocking new show, 'Tots with Tats', Martina Secondo Russo presents a new series of life-sized tattooed babies. She cuts the figures out of plywood and paints the skin tones in acrylic. She then applies all kinds of "tattoos" with enamel markers. Most of the "tattoos" are drawn from Traditional American Flash, but she also uses Halloween decorations, found images, or her own drawings.

Digital Erotica by Aykut Aydogdu

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 13, 2012
Aykut Aydogdu is an illustrator and designer with a distinctive, seductive and realistic style to his digital drawings. He is based out of Ankara, Turkey and his sultry, playful and mysterious girls reflect his talent for his craft.

New Vhils Mural in Spain

Street Art // Thursday, July 12, 2012
Creating incredible imagery from old, dusted, and dilapidated walls by chipping away at the surface, Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils, has literally carved out his own medium. The artist recently completed this new piece in two days somewhere in Northern Spain.

GO WEST: David Ellis & Kris Kuksi @ Mark Moore Gallery, Culver City

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 12, 2012
Following GO EAST – the first incarnation in a two-part gallery swap project with NYC's Joshua Liner Gallery- Mark Moore Gallery is pleased to announce GO WEST: David Ellis and Kris Kuksi, featuring two concurrent solo exhibitions curated by Joshua Liner. While the show makes for Ellis' third solo exhibition in Los Angeles, it will be Kuksi's first local solo presentation of new work.

Feature: A Conversation with John Van Hamersveld

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 12, 2012
John Van Hamersveld is an icon in Southern California culture, or maybe more aptly described as­ a creator of icons, credited with many graphics and images that identify the West Coast. His poster for Bruce Brown’s classic surf film The Endless Summer is an image that nearly everyone has seen, an emblem for surf culture itself (the poster was included in LACMA’s Pacific Standard Time Exhibition California Design: 1935-1965). . .

Pessimist Pop by Nathan James

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 12, 2012
What we first thought was just hypercolored madness over photographs turned out to be one vibrant mix of hyperreal portrait work mixed with flashes of pop art touches. Born in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Nathan James spent much of his life in the Toronto area before moving to London, UK where he currently lives and works.

Laid Down & Wiped Away: Gregory Euclide's Whiteboard Project

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 12, 2012
We have long been fans of Gregory Euclide, from his paintings, sculptures, installations, and cover artwork for Bon Iver. It is his newest project, and subsequent print series, that may be his most impressive. Along with his gallery, David B Smith, Euclide recently created a series temporary paintings made with Sumi ink on dry erase board, and now they are being released in a print series.

Laurie Lipton "L.A. Sous-Real" @ Ace Gallery, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 12, 2012
Laurie Lipton thinks in images and renders her psychically rich inner world visible via detailed pencil on paper drawings. Lipton's new solo show 'L.A. Sous-Real' opens this Saturday, July 14th at Ace Gallery in Los Angeles. "I fear death and oblivion the most, which is why I try to capture on paper, the fleeting horror and wonder of being alive," Lipton states.

Smithe One's Illustrations

Illustration // Thursday, July 12, 2012
Brick and Meat collection is a series of dismembered humans, elegantly adorned with intestines by Smithe One. Smithe’s compositional style is disturbing, yet nostalgic. With the use of retro hues and soft coloring, the pieces have a slight nostalgic edge. The motif of collection falls on self-destruction and the dismemberment from soul, body, wants and needs...

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