"Its Virtue is Immense" @ Lot F Gallery, Boston

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 14, 2014
Sign Painting, what was a lost art form that has come back in full force with a new generation of extremely talented craftsmen and women that have kept the tradition going. Lot F Gallery is pleased to present, Its Virtue is Immense: a Pre-Vinylite Society Tribute to Script Lettering, this March. Curated by Meredith Kasabian of Boston’s, Best Dressed Signs, the exhibit features script alphabet focused pieces of art by 20 artists from all over.

Richard Colman "Noise" @ V1 Gallery, Copenhagen

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 14, 2014
We got to spend a ton of time with SF-based Richard Colman at Art Basel in Miami, as Richard helped design the poolside vibes at the Shore Club South Beach. Aka, he transformed the pool chairs into a Colman vision. Now, the artist is set to open "Noise" at V1 Gallery in Copenhagen, his third solo exhibition at the gallery. The show comes down Saturday, March 15, so go check it!

Illustrations by Danny Sangra

Illustration // Friday, March 14, 2014
Multi-disciplinary artist Danny Sangra works in design, film, illustration and video/art direction. After studying graphic design at Central St Martins he went on to have solo exhibitions in London, Europe, Tokyo and New York...

Scene Report: Los Angeles

Graffiti // Friday, March 14, 2014
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. Walter Yetman aka The Harsh Truth Of The Camera Eye delivers this week’s Los Angeles Scene Report.

Banksy for the #WithSyria Campaign

Street Art // Friday, March 14, 2014
Amazingly, March 15 will mark the third anniversary of the ongoing Syria conflict, and groups from around the world are continuing various awareness campaigns for the citizens of Syria and demanded a stop to the bloodshed inside the country. In our world, the art world, Banksy has lent his iconic "Girl With the Red Balloon" for the #WithSyria awareness campaign.... 

Music Video: Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks "Little Fang"

Music // Friday, March 14, 2014
It was only a matter of time when someone from a band called Animal Collective would work with Jim Henson's Creature Shop on some sort of project. Avey Tare (born David Portner), who was in Animal Collective and now fronts his own band, Avey Tare's Slasher Flicks (with an LP "Enter The Slasher House" out April 7/8th on Domino), has a new single and video out for the track "Little Fang." The song was inspired by Avey's cat, the video is directed by Avey's sister, Abby Portner, and the puppets are from Henson. Go watch. 

Documenting our mass consumption, waste and garbage

Photography // Friday, March 14, 2014
What happens to the stuff we don’t want anymore? Chris Jordan depicts the refuse of the masses, how it is stored as well as the unfathomable quantity of waste humans produce today. In these large scale photographs we see mounds of worthless cellphones only years old, cars heaped, twisted and compressed into unrecognizable forms, or a sea of broken colorful glass shards. 

Have Crayons, Will Build: Herb Williams @ Oz, Nashville

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 14, 2014
The OZ in Nashville is getting set to showcase Herb Williams' crayon sculptures in a one-night exhibition, "Personal Best" on March 20, 2014. As the gallery notes, "Although Herb Williams works with many different mediums and materials, he is one of the only individuals in the world with an account at Crayola. He creates original sculptures out of hundreds of thousands of individual crayons, and he’s earned accolades for these sculptures through Ripley’s and The Guinness Book of World Records. ...

The Erotic Prints of Félicien Rops

Erotica // Friday, March 14, 2014
Félicien Rops (7 July 1833 – 23 August 1898) was a Belgian artist, known primarily as a printmaker in etching and aquatint. Spending most of his life in Paris, Rops founded a satirical weekly entitled ‘Uylenspiegel' in 1856. He engraved and illustrated many literary works including those of Baudelaire and Barbey d'Aurevilly. Considered rather scandalous in his time, Rops' prints are inhabited by the likes of devils, skeletons, prostitutes and Death himself.

Light Paintings by Jeremy Jackson

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 14, 2014
You may remember this past January, we posted about the pretty cool light painting of Jeremy Jackson. Well, the Virginia-based artist now has a series of prints up at the My Modern Shop, so if you need some new art on your walls, maybe you can start yourself off with something that would go really well with psychedelics?

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