Lena Klyukina's Illustrations

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 17, 2015
Based out of Vilnius, Lithuania, Lena Klyukina floored us with her detailed and precise pieces. Her illustrations reminisce the 60s and 70s psychedelic age while creating compositions of cyber punk themes on a fine art level. Her artwork explores the emotional feelings we have with nature and ourselves in radical worlds. Check out more of her artwork here as well as her blog.

Skirill's Soundless Horror

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 17, 2015
Russian illustrator Skirill creates masterful, detailed works that could be described as something between the masterful etching and lithograph work of Gustave Dore, H.R. Geiger's greusome portraits and a metal-worshipping modern day graphic artist.

Trav and Begr Hate Being Sober Tour

Graffiti // Sunday, August 16, 2015
Trav and Begr are currently on a spray tour of the USA which they've dubbed the "Hate Being Sober Tour" Here's some pictures of what they've done so far in places such as Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Denver, and Omaha. Be sure to look out for their work in your city as we're sure they'll be through sooner or later.

"Chinese Fun" by Stefano Cerio

Photography // Sunday, August 16, 2015
Stefano Cerio splits his time between Rome and Paris. He began his career as a photographer at the age of 18, contributing to the Italian weekly L’Espresso. Since 2001, his interest has gradually moved towards explorative photography and video. His work increasingly focuses on the theme of representation, exploring the boundary line between vision, recounting the real and the spectator’s horizon of expectation, the staging of a possible reality that might not be true but is at least plausible 

Os Gemeos in Times Square

Graffiti // Saturday, August 15, 2015
The twin brothers known as Os Gemeos have teamed up with Midnight Moment which is presented by Times Square Arts. Every night in August between 11:57pm and midnight you can see the iconic characters they've created on the big screen.

Tom Butler's appropriation of victorian cabinet cards

Photography // Friday, August 14, 2015
Splitting his time between London and Portland, Maine, Tom Butler is multi-disciplinary artist who predominantly works with paintings and drawing applying them to found Victorian cabinet cards. Speaking about his work the artists explains, "I am fascinated by the process of Conspicuous Invisibility: the simultaneous human desire to both hide and perform."

New Work by Sam Chivers

Illustration // Friday, August 14, 2015
Sam Chivers, a Brighton-based artist and illustrator, has come out with some new and mesmerizing illustrations, Dark Days. Fusing graphical and figurative elements together his work speaks with a unique vocabulary. A strong ethic of self-directed projects has allowed his work to progress in various directions, but always with a core commitment to good draughtsmanship. Informed by an eclectic range of influences and disciplines, Sam has worked with a range of international clients.

FKA twigs Releases 16-minute music video for release of "M3LL155X"

Music // Friday, August 14, 2015
FKA twigs has to be one of the leading musicians working in the world of art and video right now, with just a fantastic canon of crazy work already in her young career. The newst WTF goodness comes on her new 16-minute music video for the release of her new EP, M3LL155X, which includes treatments for the tracks "Figure 8", "I'm Your Doll", "In Time", and "Glass & Patron". She calls this opus "an aggressive statement conceptualising the process of feeling pregnant with pain, birthing creativity and liberation."

New Work by Landland

Illustration // Friday, August 14, 2015
Landland is a very small graphic design & illustration studio in Minneapolis, Minnesota that was started by Dan Black, Matt Zaun & Jessica Seamans in early 2007. The Landland studio doubles as a fully-functional screenprinting shop, mainly focusing on producing art prints, posters for touring bands, and the occasional record sleeve, t-shirt or book project. They use computers, scanners and photocopiers, as well as drawings and fun printing techniques and whatever else they need to use to get the job done.

The Work of Kit King

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 14, 2015
Kit King, a child of artist parents, was raised around art. Currently living in rural Ontario, spends her days painting full time. Hyperreal and ephemeral, this emotional work captures moments of high sensitivity.
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