The Horrors "Changing The Rain" Video by Peter Fowler

Music // Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Prepare for some pure psychedelic pop with British band The Horrors and their animated video single, "Changing The Rain." This totally trippy kaleidoscopic animation was directed by Pete Fowler, best known for his hallucinatory motifs and merry band of monstrous creatures.

Erotic and Commercial Works by Sam Weber (NSFW)

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Sam Weber was born in Alaska, and grew up in Deep River Ontario, Canada. After attending the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary, he moved to New York to pursue illustration and attend graduate school at The School of Visual Arts. "Pearl Fisher" is part of an ongoing series painted on acrylic and watercolor and finished digitally.

Tim Biskup "Walk With Bob" Print Release

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 23, 2012
In 2010, in conjunction with the 20th anniversary celebration of David Lynch's cult-followed "Twin Peaks," Tim Biskup created a re-worked portrait of the character Laura Palmer for a corresponding art show, "In the Trees." Today, Biskup released a print edition of "Walk With Bob," available both framed and unframed. You can buy it now in his webstore.

Agostino Iacurci Mural in Switzerland

Street Art // Monday, April 23, 2012
Rome-based multidisciplinary artist, Agostino Lacurci, recently finished this vibrantly colored cigarette-smoking bicyclist on the exterior of a large building in Lugano, Switzerland.

Back Talk: A Conversation with Stephanie Buer

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 23, 2012
Stephanie Buer began pursing a career in art at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit, Michigan where she fell in love with the city and urban exploration. She spent the next ten years living in Detroit and developing as an artist. Her newest exhibition, Nothing Lasts Forerver, opens at Thinkspace Gallery on Saturday, April 28. We sat down and had a discussion with the artist on this occasion . . .

Animal Alphabet by Casey Girard

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 23, 2012
Casey Girard is a Boston based freelance illustrator/designer. Her work is in watercolors and colored pencil on wood panels, as well as on paper. She employs a technique called burnishing for her colored pencil work to create a soft look on her surfaces. Her 'Animals in Alphabet' series portrays each of the 26 letters of our alphabet with a different animal counterpart.

Hey Sexy!: Jean Lowe @ Quint Contemporary Art, San Diego

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 23, 2012
Opening this past Saturday was Hey Sexy!, a solo show by California-based artist Jean Lowe. Lowe's recent paintings and installations investigate our place within a consumer society evoking the intellectually provocative while simultaneously maintaining an entertaining playfulness.

Works by Scott Greenwalt

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 23, 2012
Based in Oakland, CA, artist Scott Greenwalt's paintings open a window into another dimension where once familiar forms acquire bizarre alien qualities. "My paintings are really about capturing a moment," he says, "or a composite of several moments, wherein the subject undergoes a massive physical change."

Skulls and Illusions by Tom French

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 23, 2012
In late 2011, we showed you the work of Tom French, a fine artist who, inside of his dripping skull portraits created sub-portraits of women amongst the skull piece. The And now, some newer works. The England-based artist "combines detailed photorealism with strong elements of abstraction and surrealism, focusing on the reflection of the conscious and subconscious mind."

Liqen in Puebla, Mexico

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 23, 2012
Liqen sent over some photos of his newest mural painted in the Xanenetla delbarrio, a suburb city of Puebla, Mexico. The Spanish artist returned to Mexico after being invited by the “Collective Tomato” to paint a mural in part of revitalization project. He chose to paint the nations staple food corn, creating faces in each kernel to represent the idea of family.

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