Skirill's Soundless Horror

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 05, 2014
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.

Alex Queral Carves Faces Into Phonebooks

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 05, 2014
Taking an ordinary phone book, Alex Queral carves a face into this object of so many faceless names. With the book, a very sharp X-ACTO® knife, a little pot of acrylic medium to set detail areas and a great deal of talent, Queral literally peels away the pages like the skin of an onion to reveal the portrait within...

Ross Becker's Raw Renderings

Illustration // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
Ross Becker is a freelance illustrator currently based in Devon and Cornwall, England. He graduated from Falmouth University and available for commission working in a range of projects in his playful and minimal rendering style. He is also a member of Fold Collaborative and this year's Just Us Design Collective.

Converse Wall to Wall: Victor Reyes in San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
Victor Reyes's colorful brand of muralism was brought alive in San Francisco's Mission district for the newest Converse Wall to Wall, featured on the back cover of the May, 2014 issue of Juxtapoz Magazine.

On Sale Now: July 2014 with Shepard Fairey and more

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
Following on the June 2014 issue with Mark Ryden, the July issue features another pillar of Juxtapoz's growth and international success over the past 20 years: Shepard Fairey. Amazingly enough, Shepard had only been on 1.5 covers in our two decades of publishing, and with a brand new body of work currently on display at the Halsey Institute in Charleston, South Carolina, works that were curated to sit alongside prints by Jasper Johns.

Clara Vannucci's "Bail Bond – Bondsmen, defendants and bounty hunters"

Photography // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
In 2011, after an internship at Magnum Photos in New York, photographer Clara Vannucci befriended a bondsman who would introduce her to the world of bail bondsman, bounty hunters and the accused defendants. A housing project in Queens would be her first undertaking and the photographer admits she was so afraid she was shaking. This resulted iin unusable blurred images.

Enjoy and Know the Works of Brecht Vandenbroucke

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
One of our favorite artists of the moment is Belgium's Brecht Vandenbroucke. In fact we have liked Brecht's work for years, but we are stirring something up with the artist at the moment, getting to know him better, and have been looking at his newest works and they are just fantastic. His exhibition earlier this year at Galerie Martel had a fantastic sense of both fine art and comic book sense of humor, a bit of New Yorker meets R Crumb style and wit. Get to know, and enjoy, Brecht Vandenbroucke.

Eddie Martinez: New Book & "Neanderthal Jeans" @ half gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
"Neanderthal Jeans" is Eddie Martinez's second show with half gallery following our "Studio Drawings" exhibition in September 2012. In an essay for his monograph (PictureBox), writer Glenn O'Brien compared Martinez's artwork to the jaundiced eye of de Kooning, reminding us that the eye is a door which swings both ways.

Mesmerizing Animated Architecture GIFs

Design // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
Mesmerizing animated gifs created by French architect Axel de Stampa offer amazing perspectives. These pulsating and spinning buildings dance in this beautiful series.

Henrique Olivei's Largest Installation Yet

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 04, 2014
Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira is occupying the expansive Museum of Contemporary Art, University of São Paulo with his largest installation to date with Transarquitetônica. This beautiful immersive exhibit used recycled materials from Oliveira’s home city.

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