Larassa Kabel’s Magic Touch

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 10, 2015
We’ve had our eye on Larassa Kabel for a while now, and were first intrigued by her elegant, Photoreal pencil drawings of free-falling horses. She covers a range of heavy topics, from death to sexuality, and her investigations result in some of the most stunningly-rendered work we’ve seen in a while, including both her pencil drawings and oil paintings. 

Carol Milne Knits with Glass

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 10, 2015
Carol Milne, a Seattle-based artist, created a technique in 2006 that involves aspects of knitting, lost-wax casting, mold-making, and kiln-casting which allows her to create these beautiful glass sculptures that look close to impossible.

Lucas Samaras' Mirrored Room

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 10, 2015
Lucas Samaras' Doorway is a cube with two open sides and a solid cube protruding from the floor at its center. The facing reflective surface initiates a chain of reflections, where the unmarked space of the cube becomes a site for viewers to experience their own visage ad infinitum. The seemingly interminable self-reflections resonate with the overwhelming body of small images that line the gallery.

Owl and Mouse, One of the Greatest Animations You Will Ever See

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 10, 2015
Do yourself a favor and spend the next five minutes watching “Owl and Mouse,” a new stop-motion animated short created by NYU student Emma Noble and distributed by the PBS production, Film School Shorts. The craft behind her adorably endearing characters, and the simple, suspenseful story are enough to keep you riveted until you click “play again” (and again).

Secret Identities: Superheroes and Selfhood @ Driscoll Babcock Gallery

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 10, 2015
There is one week left to check out a show about superheroes at Driscoll Babcock Gallery in New York. Closing August 14, the show includes works that are playful on the surface but dive deep into notions of identity

Anna Jensen’s Psychological Landscapes

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 10, 2015
Anna Jensen makes quite a scene and we’re into it. The imagery in her paintings is uncanny, real and surreal at the same time. It’s absurd, and also somehow believable. The mystery is thick in these paintings, and although you’ll never figure out how Mr. Rogers ended up in the back of a Chevy truck on 4th of July with an empty bottle of Rough Rider whiskey nearby, the image will stick with you.

"Danny's Lot" by Jocko Weyland published by Dashwood

Photography // Sunday, August 09, 2015
"Danny’s Lot is a compendium of color photographs taken over a two-year period of a truly remarkable temporary autonomous zone situated on the shores of the famously befouled Gowanus Canal, a domain benevolently and mischievously ruled over by the eponymous Danny Tinneny of the title. 

Lords Crew in Linz, Austria

Graffiti // Sunday, August 09, 2015
Members of Lords Crew in Austria were recently joined by San Francisco writer Quake to paint a massive mural to an area called Mural Harbor in Linz Austria. Quake explains how the Lords crew have grown from a bay area based crew to how they met members Fader, Nychos, Shue77, Phekt, and Shed who helped expand the crew into Europe.

Eamonn Doyle's "ON" book

Photography // Saturday, August 08, 2015
Printed in an edition of 999, photographer Eamonn Doyle’s newest publication “On” is a large collection of street portraits from Dublin city centre all shot in black and white. 

video: Bay Area Graffiti #2 by Fresh Paint

Graffiti // Saturday, August 08, 2015
Fresh Paint just dropped their second installment of their Bay Area graffiti series. Featuring over 30 minutes of bombing from writers such as Pemex, Vic20, and Eric.   


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