In the Magazine: Dabs Myla

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 13, 2015
It’s been a pleasure getting to know this artistic super duo over the past seven years, and I’ve just plain been impressed with them as people—and not just for their koala-jitsu skills. We recently sat down in my studio to catch up and got to talking about everything from the sets they’re designing for the MTV Movie Awards to traveling the world painting large-scale murals. I really can’t thank Dabs and Myla enough for saving me that day.

Let's Get Dirty: The Works of Margot Fabre & Frederik Stender

Erotica // Monday, April 13, 2015
Margot Fabre and Frederik Stender did what friends and colleagues like to do: make fun, dirty, sexy, and did we mention dirty drawings together in collaboration. What's fun about these is that they are both loose and directed, mixing an almost classic illustration style with what appears to be a fun time for everyone.

Zoer & Velvet "L'etat Limite" @ Hidari Zingaro, Tokyo

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 13, 2015
ZOER & VELVET first met in design school and became fast friends due to their shared passion for graffiti and three- dimensional objects. By sharing and competing with one another through their artwork, they have been able to take their skill and creativity to new heights. The title and core theme of their show, "L'etat Limite," is a reference to addiction, though in this case, the addiction they speak of is a particular phenomenon which results from breaking down the relationship between humans and material things. 

Peter Andrew & Derek Blais: Point Blank @ Station 16, Montreal

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 13, 2015
On April 30th, 2015, Station 16 Gallery in Montreal will present Toronto artists, Peter Andrew and Derek Blais, in their first Montreal exhibition, Point Blank. Internationally recognized for its captivating photography, Point Blank is an ongoing project depicting handguns in profound detail...

The Secret 7 Show @ Somerset House in London

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 13, 2015
Each year Secret 7 takes 7 tracks from 7 of the best-known musicians around and press each one 100 times to 7” vinyl. They then invite creatives from around the world to interpret the tracks in their own style for every 7”. 700 sleeves are exhibited and then sold. You don't know who created the sleeve, or even which song it's for, until you have parted with your cash - the secret lies within!

How to Paint Traditional Chinese Landscapes with Roller Blades

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 13, 2015
Well this is something we definitely have never thought of. Tian Haisu has taken a pair of roller blades and modified them to hold black ink which she then uses to paint traditional Chinese landscape paintings that can be as large as 43 feet long! Haisu says that wearing the skates make her feel like her whole body is involved. "I produce all kinds of ink landscapes, such creating is full of power, speed and rhythm." Watch a video after the jump!

Closing: Robert Williams "Slang Aesthetics" & 20 Years Under the Influence

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 13, 2015
There is only one more week to catch Juxtapoz founder Robert Williams' "Slang Aesthetics" and accompanying "20 Years Under the Influence of Juxtapoz" at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery in Los Angeles. The exhibit closes next Saturday, April 19th so make sure you don't miss it! And here is a short video documenting one of Robert's always wonderful talks at the Gallery during the show.

The 1939 Pontiac "Ghost Car" Was Made of Plexiglass

Design // Monday, April 13, 2015
In 1939 Pontiac created the Deluxe Six "Ghost Car," a collaboration with chemical company Rohm & Hass that featured a body created from Plexiglass. The car was used to promote the recently developed transparent acrylic material. It debuted at the 1939-40 World's Fair in New York and obviously was a big hit.

"The Brothers Cave" now available at The Flop Box

Graffiti // Sunday, April 12, 2015
The Flop Box is proud to announce our newest publication, The Brothers Cave by Twenty Seven. Following up to Great Northern Grandpa, Twenty Seven offers a more extensive look into a life immersed in railroad exploration in the new 84-page, full color zine entitled The Brothers Cave.

Akasha Rabut's "Edna Karr"

Photography // Sunday, April 12, 2015
New Orleans-based photographer, Akasha Rabut, has been tirelessly documenting the unique and vibrant cultures striving in NOLA. Speaking to us about her project Edna Karr, the photographer explains, “I've been working on a photo project in New Orleans for a little over a year about the Edna Karr High School marching band, majorettes and dance team. I recently shot a short essay over the past 2 weeks (Mardi Gras parade season) of practice leading up to Nomtoc (I march with the marching band every year)...

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