They say that once you stop learning you're as good as dead. I tend to believe that it's true.
Utilizing traditional thangka painting techniques and mediums, Rinzin creates contemporary works.
Amuse126 and Merlot take full advantage of the blizzard that hit NYC a few weeks back by bombing all over Manhattan.
As part of Converse's Blank Canvas project, our good friend and former Juxtapoz cover artist Andrew Schoultz painted this beautiful mural in Los Angeles.
Purportedly sent from a spacecraft at the outer reaches of our galaxy, this footage has created an international controversy, evoking strong opinions from experts in many fields. Rooted in this sourc
The saying goes, “When in doubt, bubble it out” and it can be applied regularly to many graffiti pieces with this Vizie being one.
Well known for imaging vividly monochromatic landscapes, David Benjamin Sherry's latest series of over 20 photographs present a more realist view of the American West, yet he continues to use an 8 x
Living in an age dominated by “artists” making a living off of internet memes and reblogging, “Earth People” exhibits a truly brilliant artist with limitless ideas
Adele Renault is a painter, who does realistic portraits of overlooked subject matter, working in scale from intimate canvasses to wall-sized murals.
Calvin Ma utilizes the action figure form in his sculptural work to explore personal issues and struggles with social anxiety.
Greek artist Stratis Tavlaridis creates clothes out of flowing geometric patters cut in paper.
A visual journey through the five boroughs as seen in the paintings of Christopher Ellis, best known by his street name, Daze.
Ed Fairburn has updated his portrolio with a few new pieces. He began his Maps series, using ink and pencil to illustrate portraits on maps, utilizing the patterned and multicolored surfac
An artist we have definitely been keeping an eye on, Max Wyse is opening a solo show at Yves Laroche Gallery in Montreal on November, 19, 2015.
Booth Gallery’s inaugural exhibition will be pivoted on the ambiguous connection existing between information, perception and interpretation.
The exhibition features a series of traditional cyanotypes, made from a printing process that produces a cyan-blue print.
McPhee’s images are less an overview of this city of 15 million than glimpses into its complex, often conflicted soul.