Almost Famous: Hana Knizova Captures Young Hollywood Hopefuls

Photography // Monday, December 01, 2014
Each year, thousands of young people with big dreams flock to Los Angeles with their sights set on stardom. What happens when they get there isn’t always the reality they imagined for themselves. For her series Young Hollywood, London based photographer Hana Knizova turns her lens to these bright young hopefuls.

"No Justice For Mike Brown" by Borat

Graffiti // Monday, December 01, 2014
In Los Angeles, Borat felt inspired to paint a very readable spot that reads “No Justice for Mike Brown” in response to the Grand Jury verdict rejecting indictment of Officer Darren Wilson for the killing of the 18-year-old.

Yin Ang's "Gold Coast"

Photography // Monday, December 01, 2014
Yin Ang is a photographer who splits her time between Melbourne, Singapore and New York. Her series, and subsequent book, Gold Coast documents the area of Gold Coast, Australia, a place deemed "a sunny place for shady people" by local media outlets. The city, though sun soaked and beautiful, as evidenced by Ang's photos, has become the crime capitol of the country. 

Circadian

Photography // Monday, December 01, 2014
In his series “Circadian”, England-based photographer Frederico Colarejo creates a visual survey of night-shift workers. With a mixture of portraits, text, and landscapes, Colarejo gives the viewer a glimpse into the lives of late night laborers. 

Spoon Frontman Britt Daniel on a Career of Album Covers

Music // Monday, December 01, 2014
Austin, Texas-based Spoon has been riding high for almost two decades as one of the great American indie bands. With cult classic albums like Girls Can Tell, Kill The Moonlight, Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga, and the newly released 2014 LP They Want My Soul, Spoon has been both prolific and critically acclaimed. But one of their most underrated qualities has been their exceptional selection and curation of album artwork and covers, fostering the tradition of creating a visual landscape to surround the music produced in the studio.

In the Store: Cyber Monday Deals

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 01, 2014
For a limited time you can get our Juxztapoz Psychedelic book and a 1-year subscription to the magazine for only $34.99! (Also receive free shipping on all orders over $25)

Update: Wooden Sculptures by Paul Kaptein

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 01, 2014
My work is broadly concerned with the agency of the present moment. By sampling various cultural and temporal trajectories, I’m exploring the notion of the now as a remix of past and future potentialities. This facilitates a renegotiation of perceptual truths resulting in an expression of things not quite truth, yet not quite fiction...

Krampusmas, Celebrating Christmas’ Demon @ 63 Bluxome Street Gallery, SF

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 01, 2014
Starting December 6 at the 63 Bluxome Street Gallery there will be an exciting installation by over 30 Bay Area artists. On display will be an installation including Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, and other crafts all depicting Santa Claus’ counterpart the “Krampus.”

A look inside "Under The Bridge" published by Schiffer

Graffiti // Sunday, November 30, 2014
Join Paul “Cavs” Cavalieri on a journey through graffiti history and the evolution of a major cultural landmark. In this account, Cavs shares his experiences under the Bronx’s East 238th Street bridge, which over the years has become a Bronx “Graffiti Hall of Fame,” through an astonishing, lifelong photographic diary.

The work of Roger May

Photography // Sunday, November 30, 2014
Roger May (b. 1975) is an Appalachian American photographer currently living in Raleigh, North Carolina. He was born in the Tug River Valley, located on the West Virginia and Kentucky state line, in the heart of what is commonly known as Hatfield and McCoy country.

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