Choices by Richard Stultz

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Step yourself into a CVS Pharmacy, and you know your scenario: Sometimes you have no choice and sometimes you have so many choices for a product type that you can't even process the information. Like hair dye, or toothpaste. How many brands and sub-types can their possibly be? Photographer Richard Stultz takes a walk down the aisles and presents the series, Choices.

Photography by Masha Sardari

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 28, 2012
A great series of lo-fi, classic photography from Moldova-born, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida based photographer Masha Sardari. The kicker? Masha is still a teenager. Just a nice collection of works that use the traditional effects to make a substantial photo: good natural light, shadows, and minimal props.

SO TERIK @ SXSW

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 28, 2012
The S.O.TERIK Art Village went down at South By Southwest last week in Austin, where the apparel line's artists created works during three days of the event in Texas, showcasing their NOW.ART! TAKE(( P ))ART series, which backs the motto that Peace is a Verb. See Neneki "Nick" McGee airbrush is way to Bob Marley, and a festival goer get up, too.

In L.A.: Dylan Maddux @ Known Gallery

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Dylan Maddux's newest exhibition Cambodia, The New Life opened this past Saturday at Known Gallery in Los Angeles. Maddux has been in Southeast Asia for the last year and a half, mostly in Bangkok photographing fashion, red light, and street culture. He has recently moved to Phnom Penh, Cambodia where he is currently working on completing his first book.Photos and more after the jump..

In L.A.: Yoskay Yamamoto @ LeBasse Projects

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Yoskay Yamamoto’s latest solo exhibition Joke's On Me opened this past Saturday at LaBasse Projects Chinatown location. This new body of work consists of a large collection of sculptures in a variety of mediums; all based on iconic childhood characters. This is a fun exhibition with so much to see it’s definitely something to experience in person. We stopped by this weekend, photos after the jump . ..

Geordie La Forge and "Freude auf Morgen" by Chezweitz & Roseapple

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Even though this exhibition/installation came down last month, the pictures still make this a worthy bit of news. Created in collaboration by Chezweitz & Roseapple, Kubix and Stefan Hurtig, Freude auf Morgen was a light installation created in Freiburg, Germany, commemorating 111 years of electrical engineering at technological company Alexander Bürkle.

Back Talk: A conversation with Fumi Nakamura

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Fumi Nakamura was born in December 1984 in a small town called Shimizu outside of Shizuoka, Japan. Fumi grew up surrounded by beautiful mountains and the ocean and this environment has had a lasting effect on her work. She will open a new exhibition, Our Hands Will Eventually Destroy Everything Beautiful, at Thinkspace Gallery this Saturday, March 31st.

More Works from Japan's Ryohei Hase

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Ryohei Hase is a freelance illustrator and artist based in Tokyo, Japan. His objective behind his work is to express the darkness of mind in a beautiful and strong light. In order to learn his basic art skills, Ryohei went to Tama Art University in Japan and worked part time in order to gather as much knowledge as possible to later on become a professional illustrator.

"How Many Digital Photos Do Americans Take a Year?" A lot.

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 27, 2012
A recent article on Hyperallergic investigated the astounding growth of photos taken with camera phones. Although this is not any news to anyone who frequents the internet, especially forums like Facebook, Instagram, and Flickr, seeing the facts and trends is certainly interesting. According to National Geographic, last year 37% of the images taken in the U.S. were captured with camera phones, and this number is expected to rise to 50% by 2015.

Dementia x Zeh Palito x Alma x Speed: Araras Skate Park, Brazil

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 27, 2012
This is the final product of collaboration between numerous different artists that all create work in the street. This piece was painted at the Araras Skate Park in Brazil by artists Dementia, Zeh Palito, Alma, and Speed.

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