Joe Sorren “Momentary” @ Cotton Candy Machine, Brooklyn NY

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 08, 2015
This past March, Cotton Candy Machine Gallery invited Joe Sorren to be resident artist and paint an entire exhibition of paintings within the gallery space and live stream his process to the internet. Sorren began his live streaming project about a year ago after he moved to Florence, Italy.

Stunningly Realistic Glass Wave Sculptures

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 08, 2015
Husband and wife duo Paul DeSomma and Marsha Blaker create beautiful, ocean-inspired glass sculptures that are inspired by the sea. Through a painstaking process that includes recreating the gradient shades and glistening surfaces of waves, bubbles, and foam, the couple produce an piece of art that truly resembles cascading waves.

Sara Hini’s “Shadow Play”

Photography // Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Through the use of contrast rich shadows and experimenting with image orientation, photographer Sara Hini abstracts the viewer’s sense of reality by altering the three dimensional planes in the spaces she photographs. In her series “Shadow Play”, Hini uses shadows as a guide for her altered planes while pairing those shadows with hints of the human figure. 

The Thing's Artist Edition T-Shirt with Chris Johanson

Fashion // Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Everyone's favorite object-based periodical, The Thing Quarterly, just kicked off their new T-Shirt series, an artist-designed shirt that will be announced two-three times a year and only available online via pre-order. Their inagural shirt is by the one and only Chris Johanson (featured May, 2014), known for his paintings, sculptures, and interactive environments - sometimes constructed as mazes - that explore the human experience and the physical world people inhabit together. 

Scene Report: Bay Area

Graffiti // Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. Gordon Gekkoh delivers this week’s Bay Area Scene Report.

Studio Insight from Robin F. Williams

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 07, 2015
We checked in with Brooklyn painter Robin F. Williams to see what she’s been focusing on with her newest paintings, which are always luminous and layered with questions. As usual, her latest pieces are arresting.

Jonathan Shaw's "Narcisa: Our Lady of Ashes"

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 07, 2015
A legendary tattoo master and notorious creator of underground art, Jonathan Shaw, will be in San Francisco the next couple days as he stops by our favorite used bookstore Green Apple Books tonight for a reading and conversation with Gregg Foreman of Cat Power and Brandon Burkart of The Saint James Society. He'll also be at The Beat Museum in North Beach tomorrow for another reading so if you are in the area be sure to check out one of the events! His cult novel Narcisa: Our Lady of Ashes has just been republished by Johnny Depp and Harper Perennial.

Alessia Iannetti's Girls on Wood

Illustration // Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Alessia Iannetti's chosen medium of graphite, watercolor and ink on wood is fascinating and befuddling. Her ability to capture nuance of detail and smooth textures is astouding, and these images of young girls with birds and foliage are enchanting to look at for hours. Her handling of color against a monochromatic scene creates a sense of tension and focus as well. These are beautiful works rendered in a highly unique fashion.

Sarah Geiger's Glitch Dreamscapes

Photography // Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Sarah Geiger has been shooting some interesting road trip glitch photos of trains that made us do a double take.

Veronika Richterova's Repurposed Plastic Bottle Sculptures

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Czech artist Veronika Richterová takes recycled plastic PET bottles and transforms them in to creative objects and sculptures including light fixtures, plants, and even animals! "When I found out by chance, that plastic bottles could be deformed by heat, I decided to create a sculpture from this material. Immediately, I had the idea that it could be called PET-art however, I took it only as one of my visual experimentations. 


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