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
Stuart Bowen’s stop motion animation was created with artists’ articulated mannequins.
Neptune's film and photography series exposes the mythos of the strong black woman.
Farmanfarmaian mixes traditional Iranian patterns with western aesthetics.
Martin Machado's Solo Show in San Francisco
With an insatiable appetite for spraying things and pushing the envelope, we once again bring you an update with an assotment of new work from Dems.
Let there be.... GWAR!!! We close out the calendar year with an in-depth feature on the visual history of rock's most disgusting, offensive, and inventive performance art group, Gwar.
How Nosm's newest wall is a stunning piece, with signature How Nosm elements but also with a detailed precision that is captured in their paintings.
Just in for the Fall season and all your Holiday gifting needs, the new heather gray Juxtapoz logo tee is on sale in our webstore! Lookbook shot by contributing photographer, Bryan Derball
Painchaud's Animations of Erotica and House Pets
This year, Perrier has expanded their "PERRIER INSPIRED BY STREET ART®" limited edition showcases to include a fantastic public artist, French-based L’Atlas. We have been huge fa
A Monday morning classic look at fashion post-WWI. The greatest artists are always busy doing something. Pablo Picasso was a great artist and he designed these ballet shorts in 1919.
Timothy Robert Smith opens a new body of work, Multi-Dimensionalism, at Copro Gallery on November 7.
Cool Try is the San Francisco based brainchild of artist Ryan De La Hoz and he will be taking up residence at the newly opened Tenderloin Museum in San Francisco.
16th-Century Netherlandish prayer nuts are intricately carved wood items of devotion, and when one is closed it looks like an elaborate nut.