PRATT PHOTOGRAPHY LECTURES - Lucas Foglia

Photography // Monday, November 10, 2014
In part of the ongoing Pratt Photography Lectures series, Photographer Lucas Foglia will be having a lecture open free to the public on November 12, 2014. Lucas Foglia has held major exhibitions at venues including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Fredericks & Freiser Gallery, New York; and the International Center of Photography, New York. 

In the Magazine: Keith Haring - Legacy of a Lifetime

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 10, 2014
Time, never especially kind to the living, can be particularly cruel to the dead, hastily ushering most into historical obscurity and bestowing on the few a posterity that rarely resembles the truth of their being. Keith Haring was a thief of time, stealing so much from it in his sadly abbreviated life, managing more with his work than most and somehow accomplishing even more with his idle time...

David Cristobol's Wood People

Illustration // Monday, November 10, 2014
David Cristobal is a young artist born and raised in Spain who graduated from the School of Art in Madrid and continues his artistic journey in the city of Milan, where he has gained an intensely personal style. His most recent exhibition of graphite illustrations was a series of images influenced by the sounds, words and music of contemporary artists who, somehow, were an integral part of his life.

Drawings by Frank Magnotta

Illustration // Monday, November 10, 2014
Impressive and detailed pencil drawings by the New York (Brooklyn) based artist and designer Frank Magnotta. Magnotta creates intricate new worlds in pencil. Frank mixes all sorts of cultural icons and influences into his gray scale pieces, he blend them in through typography and perfectly executed perspective.

Animations by Marcus Armitage

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 10, 2014
Marcus Armitage is a hand drawn and mixed media animator and director who makes films about change in modern Britain. Characters caught in the middle or fighting against it.

Bigger. Smaller. Funnier. By Scott Patt

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 10, 2014
Beginning on January 1, 2014 SoCal based artist Scott Patt started a year long, painting-a-day art project. Patt's inspiration comes from shared life experiences and communication. Titled Bigger. Smaller. Funnier. Patt creates a conceptual daily artwork and exhibits each one every morning via Instagram. With big ambitions for 2015, Patt plans to exhibit all 365 paintings and create a book.

Premiere - "Juxtapoz Presents: Gone Again"

Juxtapoz // Sunday, November 09, 2014
Juxtapoz Presents: Gone Again is a visual tour of the elaboratelydecorated surroundings of the legendary art and music collector Long Gone John. Filmed at his estate in the upper woods of Olympia, WA, this short film is a fantastical journey through the maze of John’s aesthetic mind and personal obsessions. John’s spare, singular narration gives voice to an interior monologue set against the backdrop of an optical nirvana. The Treasures of Long Gone John celebrates its 10 year anniversary.

Video: Welcome To Our Nightmare

Graffiti // Sunday, November 09, 2014
Shot on Super-8, Welcome to our Nightmare is a new video that follows Curve and Mast on a painting mission to an abandoned building. Powered by the almighty Dunkin’ Donuts, these two brought their terror A-game.

Lucian Perkins' Photos of the DC Punk Scene

Photography // Saturday, November 08, 2014
In 1979, photographer Lucian Perkins, who was at the time an intern for the Washington Post, found himself in the middle of the fast growing DC punk scene. Capturing the early days of bands such as Bad Brains, Trenchmouth and Teen Idles, Perkins' photos document a pivotal time in the scene's history. 

"Further/Farther" @ The Seventh Letter Gallery, LA

Graffiti // Saturday, November 08, 2014
Tonight in Los Angeles, The Seventh Letter Flagship Store and Gallery will be showing a new body of work from Pose, KC Ortiz, Vizie, and Omens. They have worked together collectively for years, so it would make sense they would create a body of work to show as a group. The show, titled “Further/Farther” is a reflection of the collectives influence from psychedelia, youth and popular culture, design, depth, mind-bending colors, and buddhist prayer flags. 

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