The 2015 Tulsa Artist Fellowship

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 10, 2015
The Tulsa Artist Fellowship will cultivate Tulsa’s art scene by both supporting local artists and attracting national artists. The Tulsa Artist Fellowship provides an unrestricted stipend, free housing and work-space in Tulsa, Oklahoma to US Resident artists. Given the unique cultural and historical landscape of Tulsa, some fellowship spots will be reserved for Alaska Native, Native American, and Native Hawaiian artists.

Erupto 327’s “Tire Fire” @ ArtPrimo, San Francisco

Graffiti // Tuesday, March 10, 2015
After a three-year hiatus from the gallery world, Erupto 327has a new body of work entitled Tire Fireon display at ArtPrimoSF, An active graffiti writer and artist since the mid ‘90s, Erupto’s prolific career continues to inspire many great writers, and spawn countless derivative styles. In Tire Fire, the artist brings us exciting new works that combine his love for color, pattern, and design into a series of vibrant, abstract paintings.

Julien Mauve’s “After Lights Out”

Photography // Monday, March 09, 2015
In his series “After Lights Out”, Paris-based photographer Julien Mauve uses blue and black twilight landscapes to explore lone light sources in an attempt to comment on the growing occurrence of light pollution that is slowly infiltrating the darkest parts of the earth. In this moment just after sundown and just before total darkness when everything is still slightly illuminated by the blue twilight haze, Mauve mimics the wide reaching phenomena of man made light.

Søren Solkær's "Surface" Project

Street Art // Monday, March 09, 2015
Internationaly renwoned Danish photographer Søren Solkær is set to launch a worldwide exhibition and book project. Solkær has travelled the globe for three years in search of the most significant figures in street art and graffiti. SURFACE features portraits of many of the most prominent figures on the contemporary scene as well as the pioneering icons.

Cath Riley's Touchy Drawings

Erotica // Monday, March 09, 2015
Cath Riley does for graphite what Bernini did for marble.  ”The drawings are part of an on-going evolutionary process of exploration and development," the artist writes, "and thus serve only to mark and represent a particular stage in my abilities and understanding. Current on-going experimental ‘drawing’ includes very large scale drawing, based around the human figure, which are very different in character from the pencil portrait and ‘flesh’ figure drawings which are featured here. Some of the new work is abstract in nature.” 

Natalie Fletcher "Lost in the Landscape"

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 09, 2015
In a similar vein to The Invislible Man, Liu Bolin, body painter Natalie Fletcher's "Lost in the Landscape" series features models painted to blend in with their landscapes. 

Blade Runner: The Aquarelle Edition

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 09, 2015
Sweden-based artist Anders Ramsell has taken the film Blade Runner, and created a watercolor animation of it! Consisting of 12.597 handmade watercolor paintings, each approximately 1.5 x 3 cm in size, Ramsell has created a 25 minute "cover" of the 1982 Ridley Scott classic. A must watch...

Designs by Verner Panton

Design // Monday, March 09, 2015
Considered one of Denmark's, not to mention the world's most influential 20th century furniture and interior designers, Verner Panton created innovative, funky and futuristic designs. We particularly love the "Visiona II" room he designed for an exhibition in Cologne in 1970...

Tank-Shaped Bookmobile is a Weapon of Mass Instruction

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 09, 2015
A Buenos Aires artist, Raul Lemesoff, fashioned an old Ford Falcon to look like a tank. In the place of armor and ammunition, the tank's exterior is covered in shelves which are stocked with 900 books. He has dubbed the mobile library as the "weapon of mass instruction." As he drove the bookmobile across Argentina, distributing books, Lemesoff said that the tank can generate as much social good as "a structure that has the ability of transporting books, giving away, collecting books, making a mess of people's heads."

Eli Craven's ‘Screen Lovers’

Erotica // Monday, March 09, 2015
In his series ‘Screen Lovers’, Illinois-based artist Eli Craven reinvents through the art of cutting, collaging, and folding. Craven gathered film stills from a photo book, combining beautiful and iconic movie couples while composing the work to produce the romantic and intensely sensual...

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