Goorin Brothers presents new works by Fate tomorrow night, Saturday, March 17h, wth Ratback@'cha at Goorin's San Francisco Cassel Gallery. Special guests Steel and Robert Garcia will be on hand, with a live performance by AD (Members of Dethkills). Cassel Gallery from 8pm to 11pm.
For more information, visit Goorin.com.
In conjunction with our friends at Chrome, we’re happy to announce the giveaway of a signed original print by friend and legendary NYC street photographer Ricky Powell. Click here (www.chromesf.com/juxtapoz) to enter to win and learn about Chrome’s auction of even more images by Ricky, David “Shadi” Perez, and TAK that benefits the New York Bike Messenger Foundation.
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Becca's Web store is officially live, with four new prints up for sale by the female street artist.
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Conan O'Brien was joking when he asked someone at Warner Brother Animation if he could have his own Superhero made. His ideas for his costume consisted of goggles, purple spandex, fishnet stockings, oxfords, and oven mits. Well, not only did he get taken serious by Warner Brothers, but also by his fans.
Mad Magazine is celebrating their 50th anniversary this year, and had a couple special exhibits at Comic Con 2011 to celebrate. One of the exhibits was a group of artist renditions of their infamous Spy Vs. Spy characters. Sam Flores, Sket One, and Abe Lincoln Jr. are just a few of the 30 different artists that they enlisted to work on the project.
Adult Swim is well known for some of the funniest and most creative TV shows on television today. With a portfolio which consists of established hits like The Venture Bros, and Robot Chicken as well as new successes like Childrens Hospital, and NTSF:SD:SUV (National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego:Sport Utility Vehicle) it shouldn't be a surprise that this series of panels was by far the most hilarious experience I have ever had.
DC comics is committing an act that many would consider brand suicide. They are starting their entire comic universe from issue 1 all over. After 70 years of creating some of the most iconic superheros in the world, Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, The Flash etc . . . they are rebooting the entire line of comics.
Just going the morning rounds, we came across the work of Illinois-born artist, Chad Wys. We like the amount of work that Wys is creating, from paintings, to conceptual pieces, to sculpture and found painting work. Almost a random Tumblr worth of work from one artist.
This was one of the more uncomfortable, but slightly intoxicating 9 minutes and 22 seconds we have spent watching a video art piece in quite some time. Martynka Wawrzyniak, who has been known to make these visual treatments, lets chocolate be poured on her without really moving for nearly 10 minutes.